Paul’s Swing – Halfway Through

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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+

9 Responses to “Paul’s Swing – Halfway Through”

  1. February 21, 2020


    Hi, Paul,
    Your latest swing tips are terrific! Thank you! Being a visual learner, your new swing analysis series has given me great imagery that “speaks” volumes! Often, I will pause the lesson and attempt to replicate the phase of the swing you are emphasizing to experience an internal feel for what you are doing. By repeating this strategy, I am trying to develop the muscle memory to do it without overly thinking each shot. While not perfect, I have improved my swing where I am hitting the ball longer and straighter in a relatively short period of time.
    I like your use of various clubs. Please expand the tip to include hitting wedges where applicable. Thanks again!

  2. February 21, 2020


    Thumbs up to Paul Wilson!

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    February 21, 2020


    Great video as always. Your explanation of the release is by far the best I’ve ever heard. I finally really know what it is. Always thought it was at impact. These past swing analysis tips are amazing. Thanks for doing them and sharing you insight.

  4. February 23, 2020


    Hi Paul. It is the first time that I send a comment after 1 1/2 yr with you. My handicap has drop from 18 to 11. Thanks. My main mistake is that I get my vision off the ball a split second before contact. Hitting fat shots. Is there a way to teach to control this? I do this at least 10 times per round. Can you give me an advice?

  5. December 31, 2023


    Paul, a good morning watching recent, awesome tips on chicken wing, lack of release, over the top, etc. What I took from this is that I’m “guiding” the club rather than simply firing the hips after full coil which brings the club down and “JUST LET ER GO” – yes, and let the wrists “snap” as you’ve counseled. So, I’ve been in the greatroom subsequently “letting er go drill” – no arms this morning!! On the correct track? SOOO appreciate as many here, your continued firing tips at us in many different ways that we have a great chance to “catch on”. That’s me, tomorrow I start my 7th year with Paul Wilson at 79. Amen!

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      December 31, 2023

      Paul Wilson

      Hello Dan, thanks for the support over the years. I sure do appreciate you!

      Let Er Go for sure. I have been saying this now for 33 years. It is a different feeling that you need to get used to. This is why you need to be doing constant practice swings. If you just hit balls you never get the feeling. So just do it daily. Feel the weight of the club as it swings. If it feels heavy you are letting the arms stretch out. Do these swings at kneed high with driver. Again, as you keep doing it you will get used to the feel of it then apply it to your shots.

      This is a huge key. Get this and you will hit amazing shots.

      Happy New Year!

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