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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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December 9, 2018
Great tip for me – a guy who tends to yank it back fast, inside and obviously activating my hands and arms while ruining my tempo. Totally easy to practice this one around the house, the office, wherever.
December 10, 2018
Yes, this will be great for you. This one too:
Takeaway – Watch Grooves Going Back: https://ignitiongolf.com/watch-grooves-going-back/
December 11, 2018
Thanks Paul. Another great video that I would not have known about had you not referred to it in this comment section. The “watch the grooves” idea gives me a tangible process to execute a slow, smooth one-piece takeaway to avoid yanking it back and inside with my hands and arms.
I can’t imagine any serious golfer not subscribing to Ignition Golf. We get to interact directly with the top instructor in North America and get immediate answers and video instruction on any questions we have. I just love what you do for us Paul!
Thanks. I appreciate the support and feedback. It’s just about getting the word out. I could be helping so many more people but keep in mind a lot of people think they can figure it out on their own. So until they realize they can’t they will never look for help.
December 12, 2018
I will spread the word at my club. I’m learning your techniques and it has nearly eliminated my bad rounds. Now I need to get some sub-80 scores to seal the deal. It will happen this season.
Thank you for the promo to others. I need all the help I can get.
70’s will definitely happen. You’re close now.
Great tip! Another tip for indoor winter practice. The shoulder thought works great for me.
A lot of this stuff can be done inside. This is the best way to work on it.
I sure know what you mean now about the start of the take away! Thanks for the great lessons!
Yes, you sure do know about it. Great to meet and work with you. Let’s get you there.
Morning PAUL…I have been taking my clubs back slowly w/ straight arms and your technique has been very helpful for me to connect more smoothly with better contact w/ the ball. Always now, look more forward to playing
Very good. I love hearing it. Just keep at it until you can do it without thinking about it.
Great tip. I watch golf tv and many pros use the short preswing routine. Perhaps the best is Justine Thomas who does this on almost every shot, putting excluded. Would this not help in your tips to show this so people can see it in action?
question, I tend to lift up on down swing so hit many shots off the toe of the club. At 78 i have a few mechanical issues but wonder if I should start taller or work on swing path or something else?
I’m a fairly accomplished golfer usually low 80’s and get a nice little draw off tee with the ball off the toe of the driver or 3 wood so it isn’t all bad..
I have tips on the setup routine here:
Set Up With the Back Hand: https://ignitiongolf.com/set-up-back-hand/
Learning the Setup Routine: https://ignitiongolf.com/learning-setup-routine/
The toe shot is a good miss. Better players typically toe it if they miss while poorer players heel it. People who lift are usually bent over too much at address. Yes, you need to stand taller. You can learn that here:
A New Way To Get The Taller Setup: https://ignitiongolf.com/new-way-taller-setup/
Taller Setup: https://ignitiongolf.com/bartender-setup/
Stand Tall with Short Clubs: https://ignitiongolf.com/stand-tall-short-clubs/
So true! Whenever I slow down the takeaway I swing better. The challenge is making that a habit. I think will make that my pre-shot routine for a while until it becomes consistent, especially on pressure shots…
Yes, you are definitely a faster swinger. Take it back with your body (shoulders) not your arms. This should slow you down.
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