Student Swing – Stopping Through Impact

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Paul Wilson

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+

5 Responses to “Student Swing – Stopping Through Impact”

  1. GLENNWISSE

    February 22, 2018

    GLENNWISSE

    This is probably the best tip one can learn. It makes such an amazing difference in your thought process and as a result your golf swing as well. Thanks for the tip paul it’s awesome.

    • Paul Wilson

      February 22, 2018

      Paul Wilson

      Glenn,

      Thanks. Glad you liked it. This is more important that the backswing or impact. Hope everyone is working on it.

  2. February 25, 2018

    DanKuebler

    Paul, so, so difficult!! Just back from few days of Phoenix golf, and bottom line is I need 100 reps a night of the “A to B” drill. I find I’m swinging through with the short clubs, i.e., wedges and perhaps 9 iron – but, after that arms are taking over as most are “left, left” shots. Soooo, back to drills and in some way, adopt your wonderful tempo. Oh yes, the PHX greens were slick and full of breaks unseen on our Maryland course – left many strokes there too!!

  3. October 31, 2018

    MarkHelman

    Paul,

    I understand the point A to point B Swing, and am taking lots of practice swings in a mirror to get in the habit.

    But even with what is getting to be a (more) consistent Point A to Point B swing, it seems that -particularly on the longer clubs like the driver and fairway woods – I rarely hit the ball on the the sweet spot of the club.

    Recognizing that it’s not about the impact, is this nonetheless an eye-hand coordination thing I should be working on to improve my longer clubs? If so, is there a drill you can suggest?

    Thanks,

    Mark

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