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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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July 23, 2012
Great tip Paul, just a question a little out of this topic, there is this product called the “Speed Whoosh” and it says if you swing it a few times it activates the fast twitch muscle thus adding distance when we swing our normal clubs. In fact there are quite a few similar product in the market. Would you recommend such a product? The logic behind it is that the faster the club head moves the louder the “whoosh” sound makes thus making our shots further. Would this sort of products makes us start to swing more with our arms? which you are dead against it. What would you recommend in increasing club head speed? Thanks again Paul.
July 24, 2012
I have swung this product. I really don’t see it doing anything. If you want to give it a try go ahead.
To increase your clubhead speed you must loosen your arms/wrists and turn your body faster. If you have hit the ball with your arms forever you need to learn how to use your legs. I have done tips in the past showing my favorite drill which I am sure no one is doing and everyone has forgotten (this totally blows my mind). I will post the links for you to watch the tips. Once you do, keep doing this every night until you are good at it. Within no time you will hit the ball farther than you ever have (remember to keep your wrists loose).
Swing Off Ground: https://ignitiongolf.com/drill-swing-off-ground
Listen to Club Swinging: https://ignitiongolf.com/drill-listen-to-club
Do these to loosen your wrists:
Grip Down Drill: https://ignitiongolf.com/drill-grip-down
Lag And Release Drill: https://ignitiongolf.com/lag-release-drill
February 24, 2018
Hi, Paul. Pete recently did a video critique of my swing. He noticed that my follow-through spine angle was more acute than he’d like. I was bent too far over in the final touch-the-knees, touch-the-head position.
He thought my set-up position was good, so I can rule out bending too far forward at address. He also like my arm extension through the ball. What might I be doing to cause this? And how could I correct it?
February 25, 2018
Just hit shots ending up with the eyes level. Get used to the feeling then adjust to just a slight angle. Too much angle is caused by looking at the ball way too long after you hit it. So reduce that time too. After you hear the club hit the ball look for it. Then you will reduce the angle in the FT.
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