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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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July 13, 2012
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August 31, 2012
i find on my follow through my left foot,the toe area seems to consistently slide forward,so my left foot angle goes from 20 to 60 degrees,i notice yours does not change the angle just rolls over onto side. any idea as to why or does it matter, do ineed to feel more in left heel on finish,i feel some but more flat footed than on outer edge.
Barry, I did a video on this but can’t find it. When I am not practicing my foot does turn out a little. What you need to be doing are practice swings absolutely focusing on it being stable through impact then let it roll. You can also check your weight distribution to make sure there is enough weight on this foot. Finally if you are still having problems drive a stake in the ground and put your left baby toe against it and do nightly practice swings. With something there to stop it moving you will quickly stabilize it throughout your swing.
June 22, 2020
Back in the season after a long winter in Canada. Scores are horrible (high 90’s) but I am finally committed to just following your method 100%. I posted some very low scores last year with my flat swing + slide (78-79) but the swing is just too inconsistent and it takes me several months of practice at the beginning of the year to get the timing down – had a very severe inside path leading to all kinds of problems. I am really focusing on steeping, which I see is really helping eliminate the inside takeaway and is leading to much fewer heeled shots and shanks, but the slide still seems to be there as well as the front foot turning out. Is this just a matter of training my front foot to “absorb” the tightness of turning into it in the through swing? Kind of like accepting the tightness in the coil on the way back? What are the right feelings here? A feelings series on this would be great!
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