No Club … No Excuse – Part 2

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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+

7 Responses to “No Club … No Excuse – Part 2”

  1. September 5, 2012


    Paul love the drills, could you comment on Loui Oosthezin’s swing, after watching the tournament this past weekend it looks like he is a great model for your method,,,,,effortless power,,,rotational hips,,no lateral movement down,,,,

    • September 5, 2012


      Hi Paul,
      I would also love to hear your thoughts/analysis of Louis Oosthuizen’s swing. It looks like he could repeat this smooth swing forever 🙂

      I also wanted to thank you for your video tips & lessons. My ball striking has improved immensely since joining Ignition Golf. It’s amazing how much further I’m hitting the ball in such a short time!

      Thank You Very Much!

      • September 6, 2012

        Paul Wilson

        Donnie, My thoughts are this is a perfect model for what I teach. I love it.

        Thank you very much for the feedback and support. I truly appreciate it.

    • September 6, 2012

      Paul Wilson

      Dan, This is a great swing and would be the perfect model for Swing Machine Golf.

      • September 6, 2012


        Paul thank you for that response. It really validates for me that I was seeing in his swing the positions that you are teaching,,,,,

  2. September 5, 2012


    Hi Paul,
    I agree that these are more great drills! I didn’t think part 2could be better than 1, but I was wrong. Also sometimes when you show us a drill, it shows a better view of something else. Case in point that in the one peice take-away drill we get a different view of the wrist hinge. It may have been something we are not supposed to do, but a really great view.
    Thanks, Mike

    • September 6, 2012

      Paul Wilson

      Mike, glad you liked it. I like your perspective on how these drills show other things. I will have to think more about this in the future.

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