Roll Over Check

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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+

11 Responses to “Roll Over Check”

  1. October 10, 2018


    Too difficult to remember which category you placed tip.

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      October 11, 2018

      Paul Wilson


      You don’t have to remember. You scroll down and they are in the category. It doesn’t get easier. Try it.

  2. October 11, 2018


    Paul ,I’m a bit puzzled with this lesson :is the “roll over ” just a drill or should it be used in your normal standard swing ?
    Is it to be used with the driver only or with the fairway woods or the long hybrids also .
    I shoot very straight shots ,I don’t manipulate the wrists at all and my ball hasn’t a high trajectory .

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      October 11, 2018

      Paul Wilson


      You are doing this as a drill to elminiate and slice spin, to learn how to re-hinge and to learn how to loosen your wrists.

      If you start hooking it you then switch to body rotation to straighten it out.

      You can do this drill with all clubs. You are always wanting more distance. So you roll it and get it hooking. Then you can fire the lower even harder that you currently are. If you just fire the lower harder you will hit pushes and push fades. You need to do this first, before you fire the lower harder.

      DRILL: Golf Swing Timing For More Distance:

  3. October 11, 2018


    Hi Paul. I have no problem doing the roll over drill with say an 8 iron and hooking the ball but for the life of me I cannot do it with the driver. Any thoughts. Thx for all the great tips. My short game has improved so so much

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      October 11, 2018

      Paul Wilson


      Slow down. You are doing it at top speed. The whole idea is to roll it and get it hooking NOT to hit good shots. So do it at a speed you can do it. If so, you are still doing it. In the future, you can do it faster. I see people doing this all of the time.

  4. October 12, 2018


    In the roll over, which is the dominant hand, causing the roll over to occur.

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      October 12, 2018

      Paul Wilson


      It is your back hand. You are purposely doing this drill and rolling it. Once you rarely ever put slice spin on it you are not thinking about it. You are letting it happen.

  5. October 14, 2018


    Hi Paul, I got a bit tangled up doing this drill at the range, I found that after a while I was hitting bad shots and realised that I was letting go of the lag far too early by trying to roll over the wrists. I presume Its to do with timing and I’m rolling over too early?

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