Paul’s Swing – Front View

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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+

17 Responses to “Paul’s Swing – Front View”

  1. December 31, 2019

    Steven D

    What do you think of this suggestion, Paul? We all copy your swing IN SLOW MOTION? I bet that would produce terrific results.

  2. December 31, 2019

    RandMellor

    These various views r unbelievably helpful, please keep them coming Paul…So many questions answered by observing these over and over again….Thanks very much for these!!!!!!

  3. January 1, 2020

    RandyRusin

    Paul, I agree with RandMellor. while watching these I was thinking about our lesson and what you had me work on. You can really see it here in slow motion, Thanks

    Head moving back amazing how far it does move
    Butt of club first, let the head of club follow
    The swing positions
    Set up, ball placement
    It would be neat to see an overlay of all the swings, pretty consistent.
    I do notice though ( if you put your mouse on the screen next to your left ear) that your head moves back pretty much the same on all clubs, but stays farther back as you progress towards the driver, with the driver being the most pronounced on how it stays back farther and longer time.
    Is this due to longer clubs,

    • Paul Wilson

      January 2, 2020

      Paul Wilson

      Randy,

      Glad you like them. Now that I have the swings shot there is so much I can do with them. Just needed the slow motion to look clear.

      The head stays back more due to driving the lower harder with longer clubs. It’s like hitting the accelerator on a car. The harder you fire the more the head stays back.

  4. GLENNWISSE

    January 1, 2020

    GLENNWISSE

    Really nice to watch these. Thanks Paul.

  5. January 2, 2020

    MichaelJansen

    Thanks, Paul!
    It is very apparent that your right elbow is tucked close to your body on the downswing. As a former “over the top” golfer, this has been my most difficult adjustment. I believe my fix is to begin the downswing with a turn of the hips (“touch the legs”), allowing the club to “shallow” and the right elbow to tuck.
    Are these good swing thoughts for me?
    Thanks, Mike

  6. January 2, 2020

    MichaelKeller

    It’s amazing and informative to see that each swing is the same

  7. January 5, 2020

    SammyeTelford

    Would you say your swing is 1 plane or 2 plane swing

    • Paul Wilson

      January 12, 2020

      Paul Wilson

      Sammy,

      2 plane. The best players of all time did a two plane swing. You don’t hit the ball going back. You hit it coming down. If the plane is flattening or shallowing coming down that is a good thing.

  8. January 8, 2020

    rodbeuthin

    In this video I can clearly see you are taking the club back with your shoulders and it reminds me of your tip of visualizing a paintbrush. Tried it on the range and was hitting it much better. Thx Paul

    • Paul Wilson

      January 12, 2020

      Paul Wilson

      Rod,

      I definitely do that. In no way do I want to activate the hands and arms as I take it back.

      I just did the paintbrush with a gentleman the other day. He literally has the fastest swing I have ever seen. Not anymore after doing that drill. He gained at least 30 yards on his drives after doing that.

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