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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 16, 2021
Great tip, Paul! I noticed that with your club in the 10 o’clock position on the downswing (in the view given) that your right heel is already lifting off the turf. Does this mean that you have done the weight transfer this early?
March 31, 2021
The back heel is lifting off of the ground from using the lower body or uncoiling from the hips. This is what is pulling the foot off of the ground. If you kept it too flat footed then you could potentially hurt your back. You do not want to lift it too much too son though as this can push too much weight forward too soon. Check out this tip:
Impact Back Heel Off Ground: https://ignitiongolf.com/impact-back-foot/
Weight Distribution: https://ignitiongolf.com/weight-distribution/
Wow! Even after impact your student was still locked at the hips. And your lag! He was casting big time whereas you really didn’t release until 9 o’clock. Will that drill you showed, if done every day (How often or how long should we do it every day?) really make a difference? If so, I’m on board.
drills like this are not something that you should be doing all the time everyday, but something to add to your repertoire and doings things like this will always help your golf swing. Try it a for a week or 2 and then see if it increases your distance.
I notice when I try to rotate hips faster, I start to hook or draw/pull the ball. To compensate I increase my grip pressure to about “7” or “8”. The ball flight is then straight or a fade/slight push.
I am striving for tighter grip pressure and looser wrists. Do you think this is the correct path for me?
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