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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.
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January 23, 2013
How does this change for a fade
January 24, 2013
It doesn’t. You set the face square. Do your normal grip. Then align your body left and swing left. If you need to weaken it a little then do so.
May 17, 2013
looking from down the line with this grip is my right arm above my left
arm or is it my right arm under the left thanks
May 18, 2013
Your arms are basically even. You will see a sliver of your left arm above the right.
June 14, 2018
Paul, this all makes sense to me and thanks. I often wonder about how high or low to place my bottom hand. I think that for many years I’ve had my bottom hand too high and it doesn’t create enough contact with the club. I was actually able to see a little bit of my left thumb sticking out of the V of my right hand. I found that if I moved my right hand down a little bit that it seemed to create more stability. But I wonder if it’s possible to go too far? Can you say a few words about this?
Yes, you should not see this left thumb in the V of the right. This is too high up. Glad you caught that. Yes, don’t go down too far either. This will widen the hinge and slow down the hand action. They need to be molded together. Here are the grip tips:
Grip – Top Hand Placement: https://ignitiongolf.com/grip-top-hand-placement/
GRIP – Bottom Hand Placement: https://ignitiongolf.com/grip-bottom-hand-placement/
Trigger Finger – Question Mark: https://ignitiongolf.com/trigger-finger-question-mark/
September 27, 2018
I was experimenting with the right hand grip today by taking my ring finger off the club and laying it on top of my left hand(I’m right-handed). So just my right middle finger, index finger and thumb wrap around the club.
September 29, 2018
That’s a good drill. Furyk does that grip. It takes another finger of your stronger hand off the club. I should do a tip on this.
Continuation of above message:
Three things happened immediately:
1. My wrists felt MUCH looser and flexible.
2. I didn’t think so much about the four positions and swung at a moderate pace.
3. I was hitting it solidly with less effort. The ball flight was a slight draw to straight.
Do you think there is anything to this? I’m going to try this again the next time I practice. Have you heard of anyone putting their right ring finger on top of the left hand?
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