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Indoor Practice – Vertical to Vertical
By Paul Wilson | on May 12, 2022 | 7 Comments |
Tags: cure chicken winghow to cure chicken wingrelease golf clubvertical vertical drill
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+
7 Responses to “Indoor Practice – Vertical to Vertical”
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May 4, 2020JeffreyGardiner
Paul, this drill seems to reinforce a two piece take away ! ????????
May 5, 2020Paul Wilson
This is just a drill to work on loosening up your wrists and to help eliminate a chicken wing. There are times that we have to work on specific body parts or moves that might not look like the real golf swing, but this is a drill not reality. Drills are different from the golf swing in that they over exaggerate the move or position. First you need to figure out if you have tight wrists or a chicken wing. If yes to either of these things, then you need to be doing the vertical to vertical drill nightly. Then work on the 1 piece takeaway into the future.
How to Do Drills: https://ignitiongolf.com/drill-what-are-drills/
Vertical To Vertical: https://ignitiongolf.com/vertical-to-vertical/
Drill – Correct Takeaway: https://ignitiongolf.com/correct-takeaway-drill/
May 5, 2020JeffreyGardiner
Thanks for your prompt response. Stay healthy!
May 5, 2020richardpeyser
Paul can you explain how this prevents chicken wing. Also how this drill relates to the full swing. For years I thought the swing was more towards the rear, but am learning ( from this drill) that it is more vertical an that is what we should be doing. Please confirm this for me. Also appears that the wrist hinge is more vertical than what shows in another drill for wrist loosening– the one that you use to hook the ball first I got it trouble with that drill on the course and pull hooked everything, especially the driver.
can you give thoughts on this trouble I had and have.
February 28, 2021JohnWall
Paul I hope this isn’t a stupid question but….when the shaft gets to vertical do we want the butt end of the shaft angled at the ball or just inside of it ? Thanks
March 1, 2021Paul Wilson
Just inside the target line.
March 1, 2021JohnWall
Thanks for the quick response..