Power Leak Series – Swing Path

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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+

14 Responses to “Power Leak Series – Swing Path”

  1. December 27, 2015


    Is the TaylorMade M-1 Driver the “best thing ever” or what? Hope to be in Vegas in April.

  2. December 28, 2015


    Hi Paul,
    I played the other day. I started off ok but out of the blue I came up with a hard pull hook which I seemed to be able to stop by by pausing at the top of my swing before starting down. It felt weird but it worked.

    I haven’t seen you do a tip on how long you wait at the top before starting down. I get anxious in my swing at times and in trying to create more speed momentum, I don’t get the club all the way back before starting back down and don’t get the club set and probably come over the top. The comment I hear most times from everyone is visually I appear to be “jumping at the ball” instead of swinging the club smoothly and on balance.

    The question as it relates to the swing path is do you think this is a valid correction or something you want to practice, pausing at the top to collect, and then start down.

  3. December 28, 2015


    PS. I am “thinking swing with my body” but I still get the same result..frustrating

  4. December 29, 2015


    Paul I understand “TheClubFix”is no longer with RG why don’t yopuget them back with you?

    • December 29, 2015

      Paul Wilson


      I met with Bronson about getting together. Still waiting to hear back. This was months ago. He was totally into doing something.

  5. December 29, 2015


    Very fine And useful lesson,Paul.An exercise I practise regularly to oblige me to come into the downswing from the inside ,is to swing with a slight slope in front OF me. As if it was an uphill lie .It obliges you to flatten your swing .
    Another exercise to force you to rotate on the front leg is to swing up a slight slope OF an uphill lie ,you have to push hard off the back foot to get through the ball And into the front leg.

  6. Paul, just a comment; you always show an outside in swing very exaggerated. After watching this video, I realized that I was swinging outside in. Not like you show it , but I take the club back with my shoulders and come down just a little outside in causing a fade sometime slice. I started working on coming through inside out and what a difference! Every club hit straighter, sometimes draw and longer! Just a small adjustment. Watching the club swing by the alignment stick really helped!

  7. December 26, 2021


    Hi Paul George Welton here. I am shanking my 6-7-8-9 irons. Short yardage 15-30 no problem,but when I try to go for longer yardage I shank.I have tried your tips but no success.stand taller,weight on my laces,turning, I am 89 play bogie golf but have never shanked in my life quite frustratin

  8. March 18, 2024

    Dale Jenkins

    Leaning back to create an inside-out swing creates the problem of getting the weight of the lower body shifted forward in order to hit the club first and then a divot ahead of the point of impact. For young players they can do the great C-shape at follow through. How do older players do it?

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