What To Think About When You Play Golf

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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+

6 Responses to “What To Think About When You Play Golf”

  1. Paul,
    I recently started using your golf system & I love it. I’ve been able relax over the ball & I’m hitting the ball straighter & further.


  2. December 13, 2015


    Hi Paul,
    Another great simply tip. I use left leg back & locked or 50% on course before I saw this video.
    I whatched your YouTube videos first for sometime and went back and forward trying other methods, But other methods just seemed very complex or never worked as well as your method. I’m now a member and have seen the improvement in my game already.

    • December 13, 2015

      Paul Wilson


      Glad you joined. Glad you like the tips. I keep it simple. Making it difficult will get you nowhere.

  3. October 2, 2018


    Hi Paul. I’ve gotten myself confused. Been working on Body Swing about 6 weeks. Coming along fairly well (shot a 4 over at my course a couple weeks ago and had never broken 80 on it before!). However, I read Bob Rotella (Golf is not a game of perfect) and Pia Nilsson about 6 months ago and went into this with the belief that the only thing I should be thinking of while I’m on the course is my target. They both pretty much hammered that I shouldn’t be thinking of my swing on the course at all, just the target.

    What are your thoughts on this stuff?

    By the way, I can’t recall what I was focused on in that round a couple weeks ago (damn!).
    Thanks for all your help. Making me love golf again!

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      October 4, 2018

      Paul Wilson


      Thinking too much out there is definitely not good but if you are working on your swing then pick out 1 thing and think of this. At most 2 things with one being the the backswing and the other in the follow through. The goal would be no swing thoughts at all so I agree with them but if you are getting used to new things then you may have to think of one or two.

      Great round be the way. That has got to show you that you can and will do it.

      Just think of hitting my follow through position. This way you are thinking of the ending of the swing. If you do it wrong at impact you will not do my follow through.

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