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See The Good In A Push or Push Fade
By Paul Wilson | on February 14, 2017 | 6 Comments |
Tags: golf pushhow to cure a pushpush fadepush fade 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+
6 Responses to “See The Good In A Push or Push Fade”
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February 14, 2017johnhoyle
Greetings Coach: I think all of your tips are very instructional but these two, for me, are two of your best.No reply needed I just wanted to comment. Still out here watching and learning. Thanks
February 17, 2017Paul Wilson
Glad you liked them. So many people keep dwelling on the negative when really, you need to see the positive. If so, you will know you are getting close.
July 26, 2017KaiIwersen
i have a little problem with the arme whem i aktivate my legs to turn. I saw it in a Video (frontview), my arms hanging to much back an there is a big gab between my body an the right elbow in the first half of my downswing. At Impact i have no forward shaftleaning. My main Problem was casting, befor I dit your advice with the lower body first! I dont know what i´m doing wrong, maybe my arms are too tight that they delayed too much?
July 26, 2017Paul Wilson
You are driving the lower body too hard so it is outpacing your arms. Follow this tip:
DRILL: Golf Swing Timing For More Distance: https://ignitiongolf.com/timing-more-distance/
Also, here are a couple on forward shaft lean that you should watch:
Why The Shaft Is Leaning At Impact: https://ignitiongolf.com/shaft-leaning-impact/
How To Work On Forward Shaft Lean And The Full Release: https://ignitiongolf.com/shaft-lean-full-release/
June 9, 2020MichaelBarrett
As a player who formerly tried to power the swing with my upper body, the greatest benefit I have received from your teachings is learning to instead power my swing with my lower body. This involves a focus on driving my lower body to start the downswing and to create separation. I have noticed that in doing so, I tend to push my shorter clubs.
Do I need to slow down my lower body as clubs get shorter? I assume this pushing occurs because I have less time to roll over my wrists (squaring the club face) due to the shorter shafts?
June 10, 2020Paul Wilson
IF it is a straight push, then you could be moving sideways with your lower body instead of turning. Make sure that you are not sliding/shifting your lower body. Another possibility would be that if you have sped up your rotation then youu could be leaving the clubface open, you should start with doing some of the “roll-over” drill. Get the wrists looser. Check out these tips:
Vertical To Vertical: https://ignitiongolf.com/vertical-to-vertical/
Manually Square the Clubface: https://ignitiongolf.com/impact-squaring-clubface/
Manually Square the Clubface (Follow Up): https://ignitiongolf.com/impact-squaring-face-follow-up/