Rotational Shoulder Plane

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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+

6 Responses to “Rotational Shoulder Plane”

  1. I am 66 years and I found you about a year ago online.
    I wish I found you 45 years ago.
    You teach and explain everything so well that I understand what it is you want me to do.
    No telling how well I could have played back then with your teachings.
    You truly know how people see things.
    Thank you Paul for everything you do.
    I am playing with my aches and pains pretty well. I look forward to playing golf again year after year.
    Don Middleton

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      March 23, 2019

      Paul Wilson


      Glad you like the tips and my teachings. I appreciate it.

      I hear that a lot. I had so many questions myself growing up that no one could answer. Kind of tough to know exactly what you are supposed to do when you don’t see it clearly. My goal is for every to know why you need to do everything and anything in the golf swing then make it simple enough they can actually do it.

      If you are in pain make sure you are working on coiling and uncoiling without trying to hit hard. Also, check your follow through so you are vertical overtop of the forward leg in the follow through and not hanging back. You really should have no pain at all with my swing.

  2. March 19, 2019


    Just want to “ditto” the comments of Don M……Absolutely would’ve loved your teaching 40 years ago!!! Anyway, you saved my golf game, pure and simple, so PLEASE keep Doug what you do so well: KEEP TEACHING, PAUL…..And thank and your staff for the fabulous work you all accomplish for all of us…….Rand Mellor

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      March 23, 2019

      Paul Wilson


      Thanks. I appreciate it.

      More tips to come as well as some new interesting things. Will let everyone know once ready.

  3. After 30 years of hitting the ball with the see saw, its now so obvious after seeing this. You mentioned this in another video which made me start to think about my shoulder movement. I just have to get the powerless arms going, yep, I’ve been banging away at the ball, this maybe the best tip for me yet, Thanks

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      March 23, 2019

      Paul Wilson


      Glad you figured this one out. This is vital. It’s especially important with the shorter clubs. Shorter clubs get you bending over more. This is why I want you standing taller even with the short ones.

      Keep focusing on the coil. As you get the spring-like effect you will realize you don’t have to hit anymore because you have another power source. No coil and you only have your arms to hit with.

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