Where Do You Think About Power?

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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 “Where Do You Think About Power?”

  1. I will be working on switching to the legs for power and see where that takes me. One question though, at what point am I, or even better do I work on swinging down as opposed to over the top. I seem to have periods where I swing with authority, straight and true, score well, and then fall back to another over the top swing and return to my slices.

  2. February 14, 2021


    Great tip Paul——And if we swing our downswing slower as well, it’s very helpful to feel “all” the important positions in the swing; slowing he entire swing down has really helped me to actually start to “feel” each position….Speed will come later! Thx again!

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      February 19, 2021

      Paul Wilson

      Yes, you definitely want to slow the swing down. This will gradually take the arms out of the swing and you can power it back up by using your legs and hips.

  3. February 15, 2021



    For me at least, this tip is pure gold. It describes my recent epiphany regarding my swing.

    Pre-Wilson, I spent 50 years as a fast backswing, arms hitter. You can imagine my limitations with that action.

    After being a Wilson disciple for 3 years, I finally have realized that the only purpose of the backswing is to set the club in a position to make a powerful downswing. Thus, I am in no hurry to execute the backswing or make a hurried transition. It has totally changed my thought process and the results are just as you promise in this video. Better contact, straighter drives and more length.

    Also, I’ve always struggled settling on a downswing trigger. I finally found what works best for me is once the club is set at the top, I try to hit the ball hard with my right hip bone all the way through to the finish. This action feels powerful, ensures that I gain separation and use my lower body to get in your “hips-to-target” feeling (my favorite Wilson video), and is similar to your driving off of your right foot trigger.

    Again, great video. I plan to view this one often.

    Best regards,

    Mike Barrett
    Pasco WA

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