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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 13, 2016
Great tip… That happened exactly to me last Saturday… Was hitting my drives the best I have done for literally years up until the 16th hole really focussing on the back knee flex and loading into the instep… Then THUD..!!.. Put the driver into the ground a foot behind the ball… Now I know why…!!… Thanks – Ian
November 14, 2016
Knowing why is half the battle. Probably won’t do that again.
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February 1, 2019
I love these “what to expect “ tips. I don’t know of anyone else that teaches this way. A lot of times when we try to change something because of a Tip, we mess up and then think we misunderstood or can’t do it. But With these tips we can know what to expect and work through it. It’s really very helpful and valuable. Thank you.
February 2, 2019
Glad you like the. Yes, few if any teach this way. There are good flaws and bad flaws. If you make a change and keep seeing the same flaw you are not changing anything. So learn from the flaws. This way you know you are doing it right.
Great tip, that was just what I needed. On my back swing always had a straight knee, never could make a full turn. After watching this tip over and over, I am cured. Thanks Paul, you make learning this game so easy.
Very good. This is a huge part of the swing. Once you get used to keeping this knee flex it will become a whole new world. You’ll see.
As stated before I am totally committed to your method. I am working on triggering the swing by moving the hips/lower body first but seem to have the upper body going at the same time. Is the hip turn basically a subtle start and I should expect the upper body to move as well? I live in the northeast and do my drills in our family room; I have not hit a ball in a while.
Thanks for your clarity; I wish I had this approach when I started golfing 40 years ago.
Firing the hips is very quick. It may be subtle in appearance but in no way is is subtle in effort. If they are moving at the same time you are not doing it fast enough or properly. So keep the arms turned off. Do the drills below. This will allow you to understand exactly how it should be doing:
Up In The Air Drills – Separation: https://ignitiongolf.com/air-drills-separation/
Hips To Target Feeling: https://ignitiongolf.com/hips-to-target-feeling/
Up In The Air Drills – Body Tilt: https://ignitiongolf.com/air-drills-body-tilt/
Up In The Air Drills – Speed: https://ignitiongolf.com/air-drills-speed/
DRILL: Swing Up with Driver: https://ignitiongolf.com/drill-swing-up-driver/
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