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Drill – Elbow Down
By Paul Wilson | on December 5, 2017 | 6 Comments |
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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. YouTube Channels: Paul Wilson Golf and Ignition Golf Tips. Please Join me on Google+
6 Responses to “Drill – Elbow Down”
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December 6, 2017DerekSharp
That is a brilliant tip and makes me wonder if that may be central to my problem with my swing right now. Next practise I will certainly pay attention to it.
I have many problems with a 5 Fairway Wood Hitting off the Fairway. It seems the most tricky club to get right, it seems to have such a snall margin for error.
Do you any tips for a 5 Fairway Wood Hitting off the Fairway? I am really struggling with this club to get more than 2 or 3 shots in 8 good,
December 6, 2017Paul Wilson
Glad you liked it. Thanks,
Follow this tip. It will apply to your 5 wood too:
Stop Topping Your Fairway Woods: https://ignitiongolf.com/stop-topping-fairway-woods/
December 6, 2017rodbeuthin
Thanks for this drill Paul. I suffer from a flying right elbow at the top of my back swing so hopefully this drill will help me Pete has a video of my swing if you want to take a look. I look forward to you tips every day
December 7, 2017Paul Wilson
Glad you liked it. This drill should definitely help. Just got to do it as much as you can.
December 29, 2017StianOttersen
Just tried this with my indoor club (I have a cut down club I swing inside) and by doing this I could feel an insane tightness in my upper body. Great tip!
I know this is just a drill, but while hitting balls I struggle sometimes to feel that tightness. Could this “back elbow down” be an ok backswing thought? Obv still go through to the top of the backswing but feels like it will help with connection.
December 29, 2017Paul Wilson
Sure you can think of it when hitting. The idea is though to do it enough where you don’t have to think about it. This one shoudln’t take that long to master.