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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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January 9, 2015
Paul, is there one “bad habit” that, generally, causes one to “cross the line?” Or are there several possible culprits?
It is usually the back hand pulling it back and pushing it across the line at the top.
Here are more tips:
Crossing the Line: https://ignitiongolf.com/cure-crossing-the-line
How To Stop Crossing the Line: https://ignitiongolf.com/stop-crossing-the-line/
Could you comment on what ball flight is produced when one crosses the line or what actually happens in your downswing?
January 10, 2015
You could be swinging it too much from the inside hitting pushes/push fades and duck hooks or you could come over the top hitting pulls, pull hook and pull slices. You really need to know which of these downswing you are doing. If your divots are severely left then you are coming over the top. If the divot it fairly straight or to the right you would be from the inside.
Most people cross the line by taking it back with the back hand and pushing it across the line at the top. Starting down some people (better players) would slide to allow the club to attack from the inside. Others would hit with their arms sending it over the top. This is how someone like Nancy Lopez could become a great player. Got to watch out for the snap hooks though.
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