Let Logic Overcome Trust

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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 “Let Logic Overcome Trust”

  1. July 17, 2016


    Hi Paul,

    Towards the end of this tip you said, “If I say something that makes sense…” To be honest, I have never heard you say anything that doesn’t make sense. That’s why I am still here.


    • Len,

      Well … you know … I try to explain it in a way that hopefully everyone gets it. Glad you do.

  2. July 18, 2016


    GREETINGS COACH Well today I experienced something I have been waiting 45 years for,I BROKE 40,shot 39 going out with two bogies.Coming back in I had a 45 with a 10 on a par 5,poor execution all around that hole.I want to tell all members that these tips, that we get every day will take hold of your game if you will only let them,do them even if only a little each day.The one that I worked on the most,especially this winter, was PAULS FAVORITE. It worked. I know my game will go up and down but,because of this site, I can go back and see what needs to be done to fix a problem. COACH I don’t want the members to think I am trying to kiss your back side,but what the hell IT WORKS.THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU

    • John,

      Very good. I could feel a breakthrough coming. I love hearing it.

      Now, you cannot get too excited. What typically happens the next round is the person thinks they are invincible so they over do. The put pressure on themselves and swing way too hard. Just recognize this can and may happen. If so, just brush it off. Slow down. Keep the arms relaxed and stay focuses on the positions.

      You Will Top It: https://ignitiongolf.com/you-will-top-it/

  3. July 18, 2016


    I have to chime in here as well. This is yet another great tip. One of my favorite features of you instruction is how well you not only demonstrate something, but also how well you explain the logic involved. There have been some that think some tips are too long, but I am not one of them. Don’t change a thing, the site is great.

    • Gary,

      Glad you liked it.

      Funny how some people who think the tips are too long yet I get messages from teachers all the time complimenting me on the way I teach. I do everything for a reason. I repeat things because people do not hear me. They get distracted. It doesn’t sink in the first time. So as much as I thought about making the tips shorter or change my “you knows” I decided against it … because what I do makes people better and that is the whole point.

  4. July 22, 2016


    This lesson, I feel, should be the first lesson every golf instructor should give. (Well Done, Paul!) Followed by, “These changes are going to take more time than you want, and be more work than you want, but if you dedicate yourself, you will vastly improve your game. Still, you have to put the time and work in, no doubt about that.”

    • Bri,

      Glad you liked it. Thanks.

      It is all about effort. If I can keep letting people know this then they won’t be upset if they don’t get it right away. I try to make it easy though by telling everyone to do practice swings. It doesn’t get easier than that. Work on it a home and you will get it at the course. Keep beating balls looking for great shots and you will never get it.

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