Taking Your Practice Swings Seriously

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Paul Wilson

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+

3 Responses to “Taking Your Practice Swings Seriously”

  1. April 16, 2019


    be working on your swing when from 86 0 78 in 3 months swing seed only 63 but vert constant ball flight got the swing caddie really helped my game 7 [ir only 124 yards driver 185 carry have trouble turning hips sooner than my shoulders

  2. April 16, 2019


    Paul, this is for me, THE most important tip for “getting” your golf swing…..Period!!!!! When I actually focused intensely on producing practice swings that were an actual rehearsal of my hitting golf swing itself, I started to make real progress with learning your swing technique….It’s that simple and that profound as well….Thank you for emphasizing this facet of the overall learning experience…..It truly is the fastest, most effective way to learn this!!!!!!

  3. I have become much more aware of making thoughtful practice swings since I started you program. The improvement in my swing over a very short period has been amazing. When I was watching the Masters this past weekend, I noticed how deliberate Tiger Woods was with his practice swings, especially off the tee. They were beautiful very slow swings (usually 3 of these). I am sure if I watched other pros more closely, I would see the same thing. I have found just wanting to hit balls is a very hard habit to break. I am not sure what it is that causes this, whether we want to just hit something or to see an outcome. I remember reading some where that Ben Hogan would spend an entire afternoon hitting only 45 balls constantly making practice swings and taking copious notes as he practiced. I am sure this would be a good practice strategy for many of us.

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