Paul’s Swing – Rear View

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This is a new tip series that I have been wanting to show for quite a while. Now we have a new camera that will shoot at very high frames and great quality so it was a perfect time to show you all the views of my golf swing. I hope you enjoy these. I am going through the following clubs: SW, 7iron, hybrid, 3Wood and Driver. This will be the last view in this series. Please watch and you will even compare to your own swing to see differences and similarities.

These videos have no sound – They are just slo-mo videos of my swing only




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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+

7 Responses to “Paul’s Swing – Rear View”

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    January 12, 2020


    This view really shows hip rotation. You can see your belt loops rotating to 45 degrees at impact. Really excellent.

  2. January 12, 2020


    This view really shows the weight shift (completely unobstructed) in your golf swing…Just excellent, as are ALL of the views presented so far….Extraordinarily helpful for analyzing our personal golf swings….The Slow-mow camera is just spot-on!!!! Thx so much Paul!!!!

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      January 12, 2020

      Paul Wilson


      Yes, weight shift is important. Well … everything is important. You can certainly see it from this angle.

  3. January 12, 2020


    Two things that stand out for me, your lower body turning first on the downswing and your right elbow in tight to your body at contact with each club. Swings look identical for each club.

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      January 12, 2020

      Paul Wilson


      Yes, my lower is certainly moving. This is the key. Problem is, people are just whacking away at it. In no way am I trying to do that. The legs and hips are the motor. Arms just go along for the ride (in the downswing).

      I have never actually worked on tucking the arm. It tucks due to the body starting and arms following. Simple physics.

      2 Things Flatten the Plane:

  4. January 13, 2020



    This view with the driver shows your head moving back about five inches and staying there through impact. Really brings it home for me.

    One other comment. Collin Morikawa’s swing really seems to be another great example for us to watch. I see a lot of Paul Wilson in his swing. I think this young man is going places.


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