Paul’s Swing – Takeaway Analysis

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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+

7 Responses to “Paul’s Swing – Takeaway Analysis”

  1. GLENNWISSE

    January 29, 2020

    GLENNWISSE

    Super video..I love the detail. There’s a lot of information I’ve never heard before. I really appreciate it. I’m gonna go practice now.

    • January 29, 2020

      RandMellor

      Paul, these are fantastic——so much detail and in depth description, both verbally and visually…Thanks again for these and PLEASE keep ‘me coming….thx

  2. Very helpful video

  3. January 30, 2020

    StanJB

    Great job!
    I found trying to copy your recorded takeaway a great benefit. The relaxed arms while beginning backswing with slight shoulder rotation does so before club moves. This helps me solves a common problem for me.
    The resultant described closure of the Clubface slightly flexes the front wrists when beginning the takeaway. This wrist flexion blocks unwanted wrist extention (breaking from good wrist posture) later when I begin to hinge the wrist radial-deviation for proper lag.
    I really look forward harvesting more tips from your further step by step analyse of your swing.
    Again, Great job!

  4. January 30, 2020

    StanJB

    Please disregard my above comment. Remove if possible. I will re-wright. I apologize for mistake and lack of clarity. In any event. Great Job and I appreciate the help.

  5. February 1, 2020

    StanJB

    Correction for above ! ! !
    Great job!
    I found trying to copy your recorded takeaway a great benefit. The relaxed arms while beginning backswing with slight shoulder rotation does so before club moves. This helps me solves a common problem for me.
    The resultant described closure of the Clubface slightly flexes the bach wrist and extends front wrists when beginning this takeaway. This early wrist alteration pre-positions wrists to later blocks unwanted wrist Doris-Flexion (wrist extension into wrist posture)when I begin to hinge the wrist radial-deviation for proper lag. One less thing to think about to get the proper lag position.Hope this description makes sense.
    I really look forward to harvesting more tips from your further step by step analyze of your swing.
    Again, Great job!

  6. September 12, 2020

    AdamHazelwood

    Paul, thank you for your analysis including the comparisons of Byron Nelson and Bobby Jones. I’ve been using my arms and this video has been insightful.
    My experience is that if it goes wrong early, it’s hard to have any consistency throughout the round.

    Your teaching is first class.

    Adam

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