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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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August 31, 2020
Driver great…irons not as good… this tip definitely fixed this issue…practiced the setup in the backyard yesterday and used it at the practice range…awesome results…baby draws…playing tomorrow…hopefully it doesn’t rain…will let you know if it holds up on the course…thanks
September 1, 2020
Great stuff!! Go a little slower and focus with it on the golf course. Let me know how it turns out.
Hi Paul, Thanks for the great tip. Wes
Rained out today…but set up to play Thursday…I actually had many people comment that It looks like I hardly swing the driver but they are amazed at the distance I get…hey..I’m 75 years old…it’s the PW method…and one guy actually filmed my swing…
September 3, 2020
Irons were significantly better…this tip of setting up correctly made a world of difference…hit all the par 3s (160 -180 yards), annoyed at distance control…uphill 140yards…hit a 9 iron perfectly…baby draw…over the green …in line with the pin…so I’m getting a lot more yardage with the setup
September 5, 2020
Getting more yardage isn’t a bad thing… Sounds like you are getting some great improvements, keep up the good work .
April 9, 2021
Really god analysis. I have been hitting my driver well, but then the second shot has removed whatever advantage I had. I have known to stand taller from your videos, but when I am playing, I forget all of these little nuances. I’m going to write a note to myself and stick it on my bag.
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