The Greatest Paradox In Golf

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8 Responses to “The Greatest Paradox In Golf”

  1. April 23, 2013


    Nicely done. Perfect fit with Paul’s 50% swing thoughts in “How To Play Better Golf” lesson.
    Jim Christian

    • Jim,

      Just found your post in the span box. Not sure why it went there. Keep on posting in the future if you have questions. Hopefully, they won’t end there again in the future.

    • Hi Jim!

      2 great minds with but a single thought!:)
      I love Paul’s teaching as so many do. Thank you for your post–hope to hear from you often!

  2. Dear Dave ,isn’t your book “Wired to Win “in paper format?
    I really hate e-books and DVD ‘s :I’m from the old g

  3. November 5, 2014


    Hi David,

    Could you please explain a litle mor about what you really mean with ‘Less is more’. When i look at Paul and see how he coil up and the fast turn of his hips it is difficult to think about less is more. When I think about these words my body want to slow down, not to take effort in coil up and move my hips fast.


  4. February 14, 2017


    Hi David. I think this is great advice especially if you have been practicing. By telling myself to relax and to not do too much while playing I think allows the muscle memory of Paul’s positions take over.
    But sometimes towards the end of a round, say hole 15, I can get tired and it shows in my ball flight. I can start to slice. Then when I see that is when I start to press more. I think the awareness that I am getting a little tired signals my mind that I won’t hit as far so you better swing harder. Any suggestions on what to do in this situation?

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