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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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August 26, 2019
This drill reminds me of a very ancient DAVID LEADBETTER/NICK FALDO Drill from the 70’s/’80’s .
They did it with a large basket ball beween the knees or (as I did ) with a big 4 or 5 kgs medicine ball The trick was to let the ball drop latest possible .Some teachers after that (They don’t do it nowadays ) even told you to be knee knocked at address ,a very poor advice also.
I believe there should be no exaggeration in both ways .
The best advice was given by MICKEY WRIGHT to have the right leg flexed and braced at address.
This has come just at the right time for me. I have been guilty of swaying in the past so to avoid this, I have been turning my knees in during recent weeks. My feeling is being ‘knock kneed’ which helps me to get to the inside of the trail foot. It’s quite a subtle movement. The knee caps move about 1 inch. I started just turning the trail knee in but I now find it easier to turn both knees in. I was thinking it was just a ‘band aid’ but your tip has given me the confidence to continue. Are there any drawbacks with turning the knees in? Ian
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