Practice A Sequence

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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+

8 Responses to “Practice A Sequence”

  1. September 16, 2013



    This weekend, I used this one-two-three-four sequence throughout my round. I had two of my best rounds this year. This thought slows down the backswing and makes sure the wrists are fully hinged at the top.

    Maybe it’s not just for the range.

    • September 18, 2013

      Paul Wilson


      That’s great to hear. I like the fact that you have more time when you think this way. Keep doing it until you are good at it. Then it will become natural.

    • September 29, 2013


      I too like this and have been using it to provide consistency to my swing.

      • September 29, 2013

        Paul Wilson


        Glad you liked it. I though this would be a tip people would like. Easy way to work through numerous positions.

  2. September 21, 2013


    I just stumbled on a sequence that, I think, will work for me. It’s call S.H.H.H.

    S houlders
    H inge
    H ips
    H ead

    Shoulders – As Pete said once, hold your V longer. So I shoulder turn, holding the V (or Y, I guess).
    Hinge – Hinged at the top, which for me has my thumb pointing slighlty above my ear.
    Hips – Fire my hips, which after a lot of trial and error, thinking of my left side works better for me with ALL clubs.
    Head – Follow thru and end up with the club touching the back of my head.

    If this is Paul Wilson approved, I will take this sequence with me into the down season, which for me starts in October. No balls, to hit, no driving range or course to go to. Just me, my headphones, and a club of choice for outside when it’s not too cold, a choked up Sand Wedge for inside the house. Thousands of practice swings between now and next spring when we all “come out of hybernation”.

    Still Swingin’,

    • September 22, 2013

      Paul Wilson


      I like it. Easy to remember.

      Shoulders – Just keep the hands turned off as you start back. No hands means you will keep the letter Y.

      Hinge – Fine so long as you feel they are pointing towards the ear.

      Hips – Fine.

      Head – Perfect.

      Yes, do this only in practice swings 25-50 per day minimum. If you can do more do more. Make sure you are feeling the feedback and checking your positions in a mirror. You will see the transformation next spring.

  3. September 21, 2013


    Part II

    I’ve been a student of yours long enough to know that we coil and uncoil, and that you want the legs touching. I just needed four short words that I could put in a sequence and Shoulders, Hinge, Hips, Head seams to work for me while still keeping in line with your teachings.

    • September 22, 2013

      Paul Wilson


      Very good. I like this tip too. It gets people to slow down and hit every position.

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