Paul’s Swing – The Transition

By | on February 9, 2020 | 5 Comments |

This is a new tip series I am going to be talking about a very important moment in the golf swing; the transition. This is the moemnt that the golf club changes from the backsiwng to the downswing. There are quite a few check points you want to make sure that you have in this moment and what part of your body you are using to make the transition happen. This is definitely a tip that you want to watch a few times.




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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+

5 Responses to “Paul’s Swing – The Transition”

  1. February 9, 2020


    Paul, super teaching here with the slo-mow——but I do have a question about the raising of your arms at the top of your swing; after you have turned your shoulders to a full 90 degrees, u are still moving your arms up, aren’t you? My question is: how far up do u keep moving your arms after u have turned to the full 90?? Or r the arms reaching their full height by turning to a full 90 degrees? Please clarify if you would….Thx again for your most excellent training videos……

  2. February 10, 2020


    Hi Paul,

    Very interesting and helpful tip/lesson. Question about your thought process…you mention thinking about the turn of your hips in the downswing. Is that true as well when you’re playing…or just practicing? Any other thoughts during the downswing…”swing easy,” stay behind the ball, watch the back of the ball, touch my knees, etc.? Or do you recommend “no thoughts” during the swing when playing?



  3. February 10, 2020


    Best golf tip I ever saw, it clear up a lot of lingering questions I had Thanks Garrett

  4. August 25, 2020


    Phenomenal instruction. I’ve had a few days of not quite making good consistent contact and losing distance. I worked out the problem was in the transition. These series of videos are the best instruction for how it should work I’ve ever seen.

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