Paul’s Swing – Down The Line

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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+

30 Responses to “Paul’s Swing – Down The Line”

  1. December 24, 2019

    Steven D

    Absolutely beautiful, Paul! To my eye, the swings look identical.
    Thanks for this holiday gift!

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      December 25, 2019

      Paul Wilson


      Thanks. I’ve been working on it over the last year. Starting to look pretty good now. Problem is, I have not time.

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    December 24, 2019


    cool shots Paul.
    Really great for visual folks,

    Hint: watch AND FEEL the swing as you see it in slow motion.
    FEELING IT “locks” it in and “trains” your physical body.

    Truth be told–THAT’S how I learned to play tennis. I watched videos of better players and FELT their movements as my own.

    The power of IMAGINATION.

    Result: 5.5 player who became a teaching pro.

    It really helps. Take advantage of these great–slo-mo shots.

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      December 25, 2019

      Paul Wilson


      Glad you like it. Thanks.

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      December 26, 2019


      Thanks for all your holiday wishes and positive comments on Paul’s video and my little “add on” comments as well.

      To Your Best Golf/Life!!!

  3. December 24, 2019


    Just perfect Paul! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to Paul Wilson and Team.

  4. December 24, 2019


    Hi Paul, great new camera! I have been using your slow mo swing on the members site and I am trying to copy it. . I used a straight straw and ran it at the angle along the club shaft (down the line view) so that I could see where your club is on the back down swing. I noticed that you are on a different plane on the down swing.. Do you think it would be helpful if you could add a plane line on these swings?
    Thank you

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      December 25, 2019

      Paul Wilson


      Glad you like them. I will be doing swing analysis of my swings after I post them all. In the downswing you want the plane to flatten which means it will be parallel to the original shaft plane as the club comes down.

  5. December 24, 2019


    Merry Christmas and a happy new year.

    • December 24, 2019


      Hi Paul,

      Really great to receive your new video.!

      Was just going thru some other slow motion take away.

      Thanks for the Xmas gift.

      Blessed Xmas.



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      December 25, 2019

      Paul Wilson


      Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you too!

  6. December 25, 2019


    Merry Christmas Paul Wilson and staff. My lesson with you Paul was one of the best things I’ve ever done and I enjoy your site everyday, thank you.

  7. December 25, 2019


    Thank you Paul. Merry Christmas.
    Love the New view. Working hard on my follow thru and staying behind the ball on Driver.

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      December 25, 2019

      Paul Wilson


      Merry Christmas to you too!

      Glad you liked it. Just keep working on positions in practice swings. This is the best way to work on it. No ball means no distraction. So you can think about the positions and make them important.

  8. December 25, 2019


    Absolutely perfect….Please do more angles Paul, these are just what we all need…Thank you and your staff so much for your collective hard work on our behalf….

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      January 2, 2020

      Paul Wilson


      Glad you like them. A few more angle to come. Might do more when the weather is better.

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    December 25, 2019


    This is really really nice. I’m looking forward to seeing all of them.

    merry Christmas and happy new year!!!

  10. December 26, 2019


    Thanks. Merry Christmas. 2020 I *will* make the time… 🙂

  11. December 26, 2019


    Merry Christmas to you Paul.
    Loved the video.
    Keep up the good work.
    I will practice.

  12. December 26, 2019


    Great videos. Thanks.

    I’m sure you’ve answered this elsewhere, but I can’t find it.

    In your alignment, for all clubs, your feet are arranged in line (actually parallel) with the target line. I’ve seen the Hogan chart that shows a staggered stance – dropping the right foot back (closed stance) on driver, fairway woods, and long irons and bringing the right foot forward (open stance) on short irons and wedges.

    I’ve long struggled with a right miss on driver while all other clubs have been pretty straight. Probably swinging too hard, locking up, and leaving the face open and/or coming over the top.

    I started dropping the right foot 8” to 12” and my driver has straightened out nicely. I realize this is exaggerating an inside to outside path but it seems to work pretty well.

    What are your thoughts?


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    December 26, 2019


    Thanks for all your holiday wishes and positive comments on Paul’s video and my little “add on” comments as well.

    To Your Best Golf/Life!!!

  14. December 27, 2019



    One of the things I have been working on is trying to prevent my lead foot from turning out when I complete the downswing (often resulting in shot that goes off line). It appears as though your lead foot on all clubs also turns out. Is this just the angle of the video or ???

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      January 2, 2020

      Paul Wilson


      Yes, it seems the more I fire the lower the more it turns out. Keep in mind though I never practice and hadn’t hit a ball in about 2 months as I shot these swings. I would prefer it to not twist all that much. To remedy this, make sure it’s turned out more at address. I thought I had it turned out enough but seems like it wasn’t enough. Now keep in mind if your foot is twisting and you are coming way over the top then this is a problem. Keeping the foot more solid would help to stop the over the top.

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