How To Get Your Game Back – Part 5

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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+

4 Responses to “How To Get Your Game Back – Part 5”

  1. Hi Paul.
    I have been following your program for a long time and I’m not there yet. I believe it is coming but I had a setback with Hip surgery and the recovery hasn’t been the best because a had a blood clot also.
    My biggest issue is doing the touch the leg because my hip is weak. I am trying to build it up and it is slowly coming.
    I have two questions which I am confused about:
    1) You say to focus on the target. I am having difficulty doing that because of the next question.
    2) You say to focus on point B and not the ball. When I am looking at the ball getting ready to swing, I am focused on the ball or I usually miss the ball or top it.

    Will you clarify this for me?
    Thanks Paul and keep up the good tips.
    Clark Fowler

    • When you are set up over the golf ball, you need to be thinking about a certain move that will hit the golf ball. As I said in the start of this series; start by getting the legs touching position. Work on the golf swing in this order: grip, setup, touch legs, touch head, coiling. Then if you are topping hte golf ball then you need to be working on what is causing that, usually its from a chicken wing or looking early. I would suggest not be so focused on teh golf abll as to you are not doing any other move…you would just be whacking at the ball and not positioning. Start with lots of practice swings, getting the positions down. This would be a great drill to help with chicken wing and stopping topped shots:

      Vertical To Vertical:
      Vertical To Vertical – Part 2:

  2. I tend to fold up my left arm on the backswing. My flexibility at 67 is limited yet I do get the club pretty far back because of that bent left elbow. I sent you a video showing it. Do you have any suggestions on speeding up the hips and legs so I don’t need to go back quite so far with my left arm on the backswing? I see what you do and practice the knees together drill but over rotate and I’m not sure exactly what is quickly turning:the hip or legs first

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