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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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November 24, 2016
i am new to your website,but am excited to work on your concepts. The thought of watching the club “hit” the ball seems counterintuitive to most of your videos that stress swinging to the finish without thinking about hitting the ball. What is your thought about this?
BTW The white grips you use appear to be “oversized”, is that something you recommend?
November 25, 2016
Glad you have you on board.
You should always be looking at what you are hitting. I just don’t want you hitting at, or helping, the shot with your arms. In other words, you are delaying the reaction of watching your ball until you hit your ball.
My grips are standard tour wraps with 2 wraps of tape underneath. Oversized are too wide for me.
Paul ,I never look at the golf ball when I swing :once I’ve started my swing ,I think only of my rythm and the tempo and I let the club go where it wants to go ,the head swivels with the ball .It’s only with the short shots thaht I look down ,but at an “AIMPONT “4 inches in front of the ball target wise ,to make sure my hands go there first before the clubhead .
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