Already a member? Login below…
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.
Paul Wilson Golf and
Ignition Golf Tips.
Please Join me on Google+
May 8, 2016
Is Point A to Point B the best video of explaining the Paul Wilson golf method…might there be others??? I find when I see and hear it explained in different ways I understand it better.
July 21, 2016
Hello coach Paul ,
Great news. I think I finally got the feeling of powerless arms today while practicing my swing. While doing A to B practice swings I felt the weight of the club pulling me from the downswing through the follow through. I was also able to strike the ball solidly without really focusing on it for the first time. Wow!! Many thanks. I will definitely keep working on it!
Very good. The feeling of not hitting is amazing. Just remember … if the club feels light your too tight. So get used to the heavy feeling After you do it for a while it will become natural.
September 9, 2016
Still feels very light… but keeping going as there is soem improvement
July 31, 2017
Looks good. Now up to me
August 16, 2018
i’m curious. you’ve never mentioned (i don’t think you have) looking at any particular spot during the swing. should we be looking anywhere in particular during the swing – like at the back of the ball or the spot behind the ball, etc.
I have tips on this here:
What To Look At: https://ignitiongolf.com/looking-at-golf-ball
What I See As I Hit Shots: https://ignitiongolf.com/what-i-see/
If you are working on curing a pull, over the top, pull slices, staying behind it in the downswing then you need to do this first:
Watch Back of The Golf Ball: https://ignitiongolf.com/watch-backside-golf-ball/
September 16, 2018
My understanding is the turning of the lower body bring the club head through the ball hitting area while unhinging my hands. My question is; what should I be thinking about as far as where is the club head through the hittin area in relation to the completion of the hip turn.
You must be
to post a comment.