How I Got Real Power In My Swing

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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+

8 Responses to “How I Got Real Power In My Swing”

  1. March 9, 2021


    Great points, Paul! I also hit the ball much more solid when I take the arms and hands out of the swing. Thanks!

  2. March 9, 2021


    Hi Paul,
    Thanks for this good tip. I’m left-handed but play right-handed and I haven’t been pushing up with my right foot until now. I’ll try it today.
    By the way 75 years of age is not at all old these days I’m turning 80 and I reckon I’ll be turning Pro within the next 15 years.

  3. Quick question: So you dig in to the ground first during the transition and THEN push off the right foot inset and turn? I tend to get on my toes during the transition, pelvis goes in (early extension) and my right shoulder dips to low, coming drastically inside/out.

    Thank you, your site is incredible!

    • March 11, 2021


      I turn my right knee in a little to ensure I move to the inside of my right foot in the backswing. Is this modification acceptable?

      • March 14, 2021

        Paul Wilson

        Yes, this is fine. You just do not want to do it too much, or too much resistance as this will make your weight go to the outside of your foot more.

    • March 14, 2021

      Paul Wilson

      You are pushing off of your instep/toe area. The digging in is to feel the ground underneath you to get that burst of speed. Start working on getting a better circular rotation with the lower body first. Check out this tip:

      Legs Touching:

  4. Page 24 (Power Golf) in my edition. Such a great tip. Cleat story is true! Thanks, Paul.

  5. Page 24 in my edition of Power Golf. Such a great tip. Cleat story is true! Thanks, Paul.

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