Student Drills – Lock And Then Touch

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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+

8 Responses to “Student Drills – Lock And Then Touch”

  1. November 26, 2019



    Good drill video. Enjoyed seeing your office setting.

    I love the engine analogy. In my case, I was always too fast. Thus, I needed to slow down to give the engine enough time to get started. What a difference it made, and soooo much easier!

    You’re the best! Happy Thanksgiving.


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      November 29, 2019

      Paul Wilson

      Happy Thanksgiving too.

      Going to do a ton more tips here. I have been wanting to shoot tips like that for a long time. Finally got around to it because it’s freezing cold here right now. Stay tuned.

  2. November 27, 2019


    Great explanation!!! ⛳️⛳️⛳️

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      November 29, 2019

      Paul Wilson


      Thanks. Even a 75 year old can do it exactly right. This is why age for me means nothing. Anyone can do this.

  3. November 29, 2019


    Is your lead leg locked(straightened) before contact, at contact,or after contact?

  4. April 11, 2022


    Paul, been working for months on using the “lock the leg” trigger that you teach. and in last 3-4 months, been working on adding to this movement – the push with right big toe to “touch” position. When I’m successful in executing this movement correctly and lead it with a FINE coil – results are super. Doing the drills for this movement and greatly helping me improve on powerless arms. Tough for an old dawg learn new tricks!!!

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    April 11, 2022


    Hi Paul,

    This is my second year with you, and I can‘t thank you enough. Having taken up golf again after a break of many years, your approach makes perfect sense: the physics of the swing is undeniable; and I have hit some effortless shots, and of course some duff ones, too! Watching the Masters, I see so many of the greats seemingly using a much more upright plane, which almost looks as though they‘re coming over the top – the shoulders almost look as if they‘re doing a see-saw rather than a rotation. Do you have any comments about that? Needless to say I’m not deviating from the Body-Swimg, just interested.

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