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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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March 30, 2017
Great lesson, but difficult to hear with the planes overhead
Glad you liked it. I am going to re-do that one in the future. Just don’t have any long rough at the moment.
April 26, 2018
I thought it was a great lesson. It was well worth any airplane noise.
I just signed up for your online tutorials. I must say that you are a great instructor.
I’ve pieced together a game that gets me in the low to mid 80’s. After watching several on your lessons I am amazed at all the things I was doing wrong. This program is worth far more than the cost of online membership.
April 27, 2018
Thank you for the kind words and support. I truly appreciate it. Yes, there is a ton of content on this site. Glad you are starting to figure out what you need to work on. Don’t try to do too many things at once. Get one or two so you start to narrow down the list. It’s all about building a greats swing. A great swing hits great shots.
October 13, 2018
Paul, I notice your wrists are locked all the way through. Does a steep wrist hinge work too?
July 5, 2020
Im assuming predictable ratios go out the window for this kind of shot? Does only the sand wedge work best for this kind of chipping technique with deep lies?
July 6, 2020
The chipping ratios are tough to predict coming out of such long rough, this would have to come from experience to know if it is going to work. The golf abll will have such little backspin coming out and therefore it will hit the green and take off running very fast. You want to use something with a lot of loft to negate the low backspin and it hitting and running…but if the flag is a long way away and therefore you can try different clubs because you now use the long running shot to your advantage. You can also pitch from these situations. Check this tip out:
Flop Shot: https://ignitiongolf.com/flop-shot-pitching
November 13, 2020
I use very often your swing-split-screen in slowmo, and it helps me a lot.
I have a question when you start your downswing, your head go down a little bit until the release point.
Is it not a problem because all along your backswing, your head is at the same level, a little higher .
I don’t know if i have to make it also .
Thanks for your answer
November 14, 2020
The head is only going down because when you hit a golf ball you are using your lower body, when the lower body is fired fast the upper body hangs back very slightly, like pressing the accelerator on a car, and this is why the upper body hangs back and the head goes down slightly. Work on using your lower body correctly and then using your lower body faster and your head will seem as if it goes down very slightly. Do not be working on actually changing levels with your head.
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