Another Way To Stay Behind It

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Paul Wilson

Paul Wilson is the creator of Swing Machine Golf and founder of Ignition Golf. Paul's golf swing technique is based on the Iron Byron swing machine. YouTube Channels: Paul Wilson Golf and Ignition Golf Tips. Please Join me on Google+

14 Responses to “Another Way To Stay Behind It”

  1. Perfect, Paul, gives me a “target” for head position when fully coiled and position to STAY when lower body does the uncoil and is in route to touch the knees. Needed this!!! Thanks so much – great timing!

  2. Hi Paul

    You posted recently a very good tip to avoid too many right hip rotation during the backswing by trying to keep as long as possible the belt bucket in front of the ball’
    I saw an immediate improvement in consistency shots and when you are tired on a golf course , sometimes you forget about it
    I have been told also to keep my head still during the swing , so I hope that I will be able to keep a strong back foot and to move the head during the backswing
    For the sake clarity, the head is not moving until the shaft is parallel to the ground? Or sooner ?

    Thank you again for your excellent videos

    • Didier,

      Glad you like the tips. Thanks for your feedback and support.

      Your head would move approx. 3″ total as you go back. I like 1″ at halfway, 2″ by three quarters back and 3″ by the time you are fully coiled. It is smooth and gradual.

      Move Head: https://ignitiongolf.com/move-head-back/

  3. When I watched other training videos of your swing, it looks like you barely move your head back on your take-away, maybe 2-3 inches. When I move my head more, I head all shots fat.

  4. This may be a little off the subject, but here goes–
    I usually hit my driver well, but on the off days, I find that my practice swing bottoms out about 6 inches behind where the ball would be. These days also coincide with when I hit an occasional shank with my irons and “dig” my fairway woods. Do you see a pattern in any of this? Are my hips moving too fast for the rest of my body?

  5. Hi Paul

    From looking at your swing in slow motion during this video, it appears that you deviated from your mantra that the touch-the-knees movement is the power that causes the weightless arms to come down. In this video you seemed to consciously move your arms, and the touching of the knees came afterwards.
    Can you please comment.

    • Gordon,

      I wasn’t even hitting a real shot. I held it at the top then pumped it to get it back in motion. In no way do it do this in my real swing.

  6. Hi Paul, as above, I am really enjoying learning your Body Swing.
    But also think my hips are now to fast for my swing,, meaning- when I watch your swing, your hips are level with the ball when you hit it.
    but in the training series, you say rip your hips through.
    Should I be concentrating on tempo as well as striking the ball.. ?

    • Leslie,

      Glad you like The Body Swing. I appreciate it.

      You need to watch the How To Gain Distance section of The Body Swing. I address this in this section. Just follow the steps I provide.

      This was just a drill I was showing. If you are learning things do them slow at first until you can do them. Then speed them up to get back up to your top speed.

  7. This tip makes the ball go frighteningly straight. No more shorf iron pulls, pull hooks!!

  8. Hi Paul

    Just an idea, in order not to move the head forward first and so come over the top, you can feel the chin on your left shoulder, so you keep it there while you do the through swing.

    Regards
    Naz

    • Naz,

      Interesting. So feel the shoulder on the chin and start the lower. Might work. I will have to try this.

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