Delaying Your Reaction Will Lead To More Consistency

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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+

6 Responses to “Delaying Your Reaction Will Lead To More Consistency”

  1. September 12, 2021

    oldpilot1907

    Paul,
    Great Tip. I still need someone behind me to watch where my ball went!!

    Also, any thoughts on one length irons?

    See you in Nov.

    MW

  2. September 12, 2021

    RonBroadhead

    Hi Paul, from Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. Really enjoy your Playing Tips.
    An old saying in golf was ‘hit and spit’, which translates to your tip to delay your reaction…and in today’s environment, its not OK tp spit!!!

    What grips do you have on your clubs… they look interesting?

    I have visited Vegas twice over the years on the way to Utah for snow skiing. Hope to get over there for some golf in the future. Cheers, Ron.

  3. September 13, 2021

    GlenMartin

    Pau,
    I notice that you slightly drag the club back at the start of the backswing, particularly with the 7 iron. Do you recommend this action as a way to stay loose?

  4. September 13, 2021

    GlenMartin

    Paul,
    I also find your tip about standing tall at address to be very helpful for rotation. Slumping over at address really encourages coming over the top on the forward swing.

  5. September 13, 2021

    richardwaldman

    Paul,
    Thanks to you, I took up golf after a ten-year hiatus. I was never a good golfer. I shot a 40 on 9 holes this morning using your tips and advice. Thank you!!

  6. September 19, 2021

    SteveAird

    Thanks Paul for this tip. Played a couple of days ago and had some thin shorts. I went to the range this morning and worked on this tip. Can definitely worked well. I can see that this is still a habit and will take time to cure and stop doing all together.

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