Paul’s Swing – 45 Left

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Paul Wilson

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+

24 Responses to “Paul’s Swing – 45 Left”

  1. These slo-mo pictures of your swing are incredible! They give me so much to look for in my own swing that I now feel without hesitation I will be in mid-season form on an opening day up here in the NorthEast.
    Do you see yourself presenting the same format with Sand-shots? Preferably in a packed (firm) sand and in soft sand in which I find myself digging in.
    One last question. Do you see the different elements of the full swing coming back to the dashboard? I always found that to be a great go-to set of screens whenever I returned to an over the top swing or a shortened follow-through affecting my game.
    See you on the tee,
    -Rich P

    • Paul Wilson

      January 12, 2020

      Paul Wilson

      Richard,

      I was going to do some more angles in the future. Didn’t think about short game. I guess I could do those too.

      Follow this tip for hard/wet sand:

      How to Hit Bunker Shots from Hard or Wet Sand: https://ignitiongolf.com/bunker-hard-wet/

      I am in the process of taking all of my sites and putting them under one roof so I will be looking at the dashboard at some point. I will keep that in mind.

  2. January 5, 2020

    WilliamWalsh

    Hello Paul,
    My third year as a customer thoroughly enjoying and benefitting your swing machine technique…
    The best comment I can give is from golfers that I play with, who all comment on how effortlessly my swing looks…
    I am 74 years old and almost shoot my age but don’t have the speed that I used to have but looking forward to improving my flexibility and my golf ability…

    • Paul Wilson

      January 12, 2020

      Paul Wilson

      William,

      Glad to still have you here. Glad you are getting compliments on your swing. It’s a great feeling. Keep up the good work.

  3. January 5, 2020

    RandMellor

    OMG, these r the best…..absolutely perfect for comparing to my swing that I record of myself….Thank u Paul for these….Shots out of sand would be fantastic as well…..Thx soooo much…..

    • Paul Wilson

      January 12, 2020

      Paul Wilson

      Rand,

      Glad you like them. I will think of the short game ones. Need to think about it.

  4. Agree with everything said above. It reinforces one of your previous comments that you only have one golf swing on a full shot.
    I look at these regularly particularly after a poor round. Happy New Year from a dark Scotland and looking forward to the Spring.

    • Paul Wilson

      January 12, 2020

      Paul Wilson

      David,

      Happy New Year too.

      Yes, you only have one swing. Be a lot harder if we had 13 plus your putter.

      Glad you you like the swings. Thought they would be helpful for people.

  5. An effortless ,smooth ,compact and well timed swing .
    Keep these images in your head when playing your own swing
    Thank you ,Paul and I wish you a happy New Year
    From Raymond CHASTEL and a sunny French RivIera

    • Paul Wilson

      January 12, 2020

      Paul Wilson

      Raymond,

      Happy New Year too.

      Maybe someday I will make it there. Must be great. All the best.

  6. January 6, 2020

    AntonyFields

    What a beautiful swing, Paul. How I would love to emulate you!

    • Paul Wilson

      January 12, 2020

      Paul Wilson

      Antony,

      Thanks.

      Anyone can do what I do. These are the positions I teach. It’s only 4. Just do them one at a time and you will build it. Do it in practice swings every night and 2 months you will have it. No joke.

  7. January 6, 2020

    KeithFentiman

    These videos are great. They really put in perspective all the components, and yes all my golf friends are commenting just the same as previous comments above. This swing has me down to a 1 hcp in my swindle, 5 club, and I still have a way to go and tons more practice swings. I second the bunker series. Thanks .

    • Paul Wilson

      January 12, 2020

      Paul Wilson

      Keith,

      Glad you like them. Thanks.

      Sounds like you are well on your way. Yes, practice swings. Every night.

  8. ALAN D.

    January 6, 2020

    ALAN D.

    These super slo-mo videos are great. Thanks for posting them. It’s more proof that what you teach works on every club. As well as you present it in the lessons, I am still struggling to get the proper torso rotation and relaxed arms that I need, but I am getting closer and not giving up. When I finally get there, I hope that look of satisfaction on your face at the end comes with the deal lol. Happy New Year.

  9. SueTee

    January 6, 2020

    SueTee

    Happy New Year Paul & Team at Ignition Golf – Love the slo-mo footage! Agree with all comments above, extremely helpful in giving us the ability to view & emulate your swing Paul. Hope I look as effortless in spring, currently spending the northern climes winter blues by swinging in the garage.

    • Paul Wilson

      January 12, 2020

      Paul Wilson

      Sue,

      Happy New Year. Glad you like the swings. I thought they would be good for people to see.

      Just stick to the positions and do the practice swings. It’s all about understanding and repetition. Anyone can do this.

  10. Paul,

    I notice that your left foot moves outward a bit more toward the target as you start the downswing. Mine does too so I feel a bit better after seeing yours in Slo-Mo.

    Watching yours in Slo-Mo is pure poetry in motion. It really helps us all. Great series idea!

    Mike

    • Paul Wilson

      January 12, 2020

      Paul Wilson

      Mike,

      I noticed that on playback. Keep in mind I don’t practice and I hadn’t hit balls in about 2 months before I shot those swings. Does it matter if it moves a little? Doesn’t see to affect me but I don’t come over the top. It it was twisting and you were coming over the top then there would be a correlation there so it should be worked on. I wouldn’t get to hung up on it.

      • January 13, 2020

        MichaelBarrett

        Paul,

        I am in total agreement with your answer. For me, a slight turn to the left with my forward foot helps me freely rotate my hips – better activating my lower body. Much like a baseball hitter does when he strides into the pitch.

        Thanks
        Mike

        • Paul Wilson

          February 4, 2020

          Paul Wilson

          Just do a quick check of this each time for a week or so and it will be natural before long for you.

  11. January 9, 2020

    como14sc

    Hi Paul it is grate to look at and try to emulate loose arms and hip rotate.
    Thanks. A bit wet in the UK.

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