Swing Analysis – Power Leaks In A Better Player’s Swing

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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+

30 Responses to “Swing Analysis – Power Leaks In A Better Player’s Swing”

  1. February 10, 2019

    KimBozik

    Paul,
    This was excellent. For me, the part of getting a bit too much on the outside vs on the instep was a good reminder. I’ve been working on letting my head go back and stay behind the ball with good results from that, but I too, still am struggling with some distance issues. Plenty of good stuff to remind me. Thanks so much.
    Kim

    • Paul Wilson

      February 11, 2019

      Paul Wilson

      Kim,

      Glad you liked it. Thanks.

      Definitely have to fire from the instep. Stay focused on this as it takes work.

      Start looking in the areas I pointed out in his swing and see if you are doing any of the same things.

  2. February 10, 2019

    REXREESE

    I’m coming in for a power-loss audit like this brave fellow did.

  3. GLENNWISSE

    February 10, 2019

    GLENNWISSE

    Really good stuff. Thanks Paul. And thanks to the golfer for letting us learn from his swing.

  4. February 10, 2019

    DonaldBlack

    What a wonderful lesson, Paul!!! This is a great way to really show how your technique is different from most teachers. And, how people swing naturally when they don’t have an understanding of what makes for a great swing.

    You are like one of my wife’s and mine best friends who we have never met. We recommend you to all my friends and family who golf.

    Don

    • Paul Wilson

      February 11, 2019

      Paul Wilson

      Don,

      Gad you liked it. Thanks.

      I have another one coming tomorrow of a lady.

      I get that all the time like I am one of the family. Too funny. I love meeting members and followers when they come for lessons. It really is like we’ve known each other forever.

      Thank you for the promo to others. I appreciate all the help I can get.

  5. February 10, 2019

    CarmenVogt

    Thank you Paul, this was a realy good demonstration of the complexity of the golfswing.
    Carmen

    • Paul Wilson

      February 11, 2019

      Paul Wilson

      Carmen,

      Thank you. Glad you liked it. There are many little things that once combined become a big thing. Got to get the shape of the swing looking good first then it becomes all about the subtleties.

    • Paul Wilson

      February 11, 2019

      Paul Wilson

      Carmen,

      Thank you. Glad you liked it. There are many little things that once combined become a big thing. Got to get the shape of the swing looking good first then it becomes all about the subtleties. Thank you for the support. I truly appreciate it.

  6. February 10, 2019

    CarmenVogt

    and…I have to tell you that my husband and I we think you are the best!
    Carmen and Wolfgang

  7. February 10, 2019

    RaymondCHASTEL

    Very interesting golf lesson ,Paul ,underlining the merits of your teaching .Without trying to be preposterous, I should add to your comments there seems to be a lack of extension in the follow through ;You don’t dwell neither on the “flying elbow ” going up which prevents the proper hinging of the wrists .There’s a general lack of flexibililty through out .Following the lessons of JEREMY should help .Even at 56 you can stay supple ,but I takes a lot of work daily !

    • Paul Wilson

      February 11, 2019

      Paul Wilson

      Raymond,

      Glad you liked it.

      Subtle things he was doing wrong but they add up. He picked up on the changes pretty quick. Once he comes back for another lesson I will shoot it again so people can see the difference.

      He wasn’t doing a chicken wing through impact so I didn’t dwell on it plus he hit is very pure so was that an issue or was he buckling a little because he chopped off the follow through? Not sure. I will take more video in the future to see if it fixed itself.

      You need to see his after swing. I got him in almost perfect position at the top and swinging all the way through. Wasn’t an issue for him. He was really chopping it off due the the shut position at the top. With that position if he had full rotation he would have been hitting it way left. So resisting go it going down the line but with no serious power.

      Hopefully, he comes out again soon.

  8. February 10, 2019

    rodbeuthin

    Great video clip Paul. Any chance we could see his swing on video after you had worked with him.

    • Paul Wilson

      February 11, 2019

      Paul Wilson

      Rod,

      I only had an “after” driver swing. He will be back. Once he does I will shoot the after and compare them. Glad you liked it. Thanks.

  9. February 10, 2019

    JimDrake

    Not able to view video. Was able to watch it earlier today

    • Paul Wilson

      February 11, 2019

      Paul Wilson

      Jim,

      Just refresh the page or try later. It could be many things but you are the only person saying this. In the future email support so the can hep you.

  10. February 10, 2019

    MikeNuebel

    Paul, is there any way to avoid typing in my email address and password every time to open your daily tip. It used to be easier. Thanks. Mike

  11. February 11, 2019

    RogerWolf

    Paul, an excellent video that’s extremely helpful. Thanks very much.

  12. February 11, 2019

    ArtHobbs

    Great. Thanks.

  13. February 11, 2019

    DonaldForrester

    Hi Paul,
    Nice video as it brings together multiple issues that other video’s deal one at a time. .
    I have found your videos very helpful. Keep them coming.
    I would agree he is not a kid but at age 70 I view mid fifties as young.
    Best,
    Don Forrester MD
    Sacramento, CA

  14. February 12, 2019

    MerrittDunlap

    This, plus the lady you showed, was really helpful. Been working on the positions pretty diligently and starting to feel pretty squared away–UNTIL I DID A VIDEO OF MYSELF! Saw a couple things in myself I just wasn’t feeling. Also, this made me go back and really think about the grip again and my posture at set up. Swing speed went up 5 mph by just correcting my grip a little and confirming the correct wrist hinge at the top using the video.

    Super helpful. Thank you! Sometimes I think you just HAVE TO video yourself and think very hard about grip and set up and make absolutely sure you’re getting it right. Easy to stray on theses points.

    • Paul Wilson

      February 16, 2019

      Paul Wilson

      Merritt,

      Reality is different than what you think that’s for sure. This is why it’s important to video yourself regularly. Yes, the fundamentals are vital and must be checked constantly. This is one reason I want everyone doing daily practice swings. This way you never forget.

  15. February 13, 2019

    StuartCohen

    Hi Paul.

    Hope you are well.

    The student lessons are really helpful and enjoyable. With the help of your students, I am gaining a better understanding of your key parts of the swing. Thank them for me to allow you to post their videos.

    Stuart Needham MA

    • Paul Wilson

      February 16, 2019

      Paul Wilson

      Stuart,

      Glad you liked them. I thought they would be helpful. I will keep trying to post more with students in the future.

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