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See The Good In A Pull and Pull Hook
By Paul Wilson | on February 12, 2017 | 7 Comments |
Tags: golf pullhow to cure a pullhow to cure a pull hookpull hook golf
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+
7 Responses to “See The Good In A Pull and Pull Hook”
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February 23, 2017nate.hall05
Thank you for the encouragement. I have had vast improvement on ball striking all around and the majority of my misses are no hooks or pull hooks. That being said I’m having the most trouble w/ my driver and longer irons. I’m having a difficult time coordinating the hip turn w/ the longer clubs so I end up missing hard left (me being a right handed golfer). I’ll keep working on relaxing and taking the arms out of it and using the turn only.
February 23, 2017nate.hall05
Correction…the majority of my misses ARE hooks or pull hooks.
February 24, 2017Paul Wilson
If the ball is hooking with the long clubs that is great. That is telling you the release is working. All you ave to do is start the lower body ahead of the arms and you will hit it dead straight. So feel the roll over but that is not your main thought. From the top you are thinking “touch the legs.” Watch your ball and it will tell you how close you are to doing it.
I would be doing this drill constantly:
DRILL: Listen to Club Swinging: https://ignitiongolf.com/drill-listen-to-club/
You could even do it 3 times right before you hit your shot so the feeling is in your mind.
February 26, 2017nate.hall05
Thank you for the tip as well as the video posted. I will absolutely incorporate this into my routine. You’re ability to simplify the game and teach w/ out actually being live and in front of the golfer is tremendous and I look forward to where my game will be even 3 mo from now w/ the full commitment to this swing style.
February 27, 2017Paul Wilson
Glad you liked it. A lot of people are actually close but they see a bad shot and think they are nowhere near. Break it down into these 2 parts and you will know.
May 13, 2017ShaunRobinson
I have been suffering with duck hooks and pull hooks this last week and just couldn’t correct it. Had a pro look at me and my back swing was way too deep and my downswing was coming on the inside which got my hands busy to correct it but unsuccessfully. Had to adjust my takeaway so my left lead arm was in the position that you teach and i was back on track.
Thought I would mention this if any one else has a similar issue. I had slipped into a deeper and deeper back swing for so long that when corrected it felt like I would be way over the top but watched in amazement at the straight and better ball flight.
Check the positions that Paul teaches if you start to get lost.
May 14, 2017Paul Wilson
I did a tip on this here:
You Better Check This Especially If You Slide: https://ignitiongolf.com/slide-turn-foot-out/
Easy Way To Cure A Slide: https://ignitiongolf.com/easy-way-cure-slide/
If you are hooking without trying to hook it, you have a grip problem. Once you fix the grip (flaw 1) you will push it right because you are sliding which is causing the path to attack too much from the inside (flaw 2). All you have to do then is turn more (touch the legs position). I have fixed so many golfers like you over the years. Simple. Go to do it in 2 steps though. Most people give up after Step 1. Hopefully, you don’t.