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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.
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May 31, 2012
Great stuff! Working on this in the garage and I can see & feel the difference already.
June 1, 2012
That’s great Mark. You were close to this position but I think you can still Use a little work. Everyone can benefit from working on this.
Hi Paul, I have been using a nerf football between my elbows as an aid for this position. Good idea or bad?
Mike, that is a great idea now and then have to carry one of those around with me.
February 5, 2013
Hi Paul, I used to have a chicken wing and at some point I realized that the lead elbow can’t be pointing towards the target through impact. Seems to me that the lead elbow needs to be pointing more down or towards the lead hip through impact so that the club can release and the lead arm can fold correctly in the follow through. Make sense?
February 6, 2013
Great thought. This is true. I will put that on my tips list. Keep doing this when hitting balls and in practice swings to get used to it.
Also, make sure you search the CURES section under SWING TIPS. I have 7 tips on curing a chicken wing.
April 30, 2020
Paul, I don’t have a chicken wing. When I take a practice swing,I have a good follow through and finish, but when I have a ball on the ground both my arms are straight out after I hit the ball. What causes that?
May 1, 2020
You want your arms fully extended about 2-3 feet after contact, then the front arm would start collapsing to help with rehinging. I would continue to do practice swings and if you use a golf ball then going slower. To get the follow through positions better. Probably start working on releasing the golf club better. You could have over done a chicken wing cure. Try these:
Vertical To Vertical – https://ignitiongolf.com/vertical-to-vertical/
Your Wrists At Eye Level: https://ignitiongolf.com/wrists-eye-level/
Three Quarters Through – Lead Arm Position: https://ignitiongolf.com/follow-through-lead-arm-bending/
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