DRILL – Tee Iron High For Inside Path

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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. YouTube Channels: Paul Wilson Golf and Ignition Golf Tips. Please Join me on Google+

13 Responses to “DRILL – Tee Iron High For Inside Path”

  1. October 2, 2016


    Hi Paul,
    First Ilike to say thank you for all the helpful tips. To change my swing from arm action to knee action took around 3 months. After my shot I can walk straight ahead to my ball while my friends played armee golf and searching their balls. For many years I had backpain problems, not only from golf but also from tennis which I played all my life and now, when I become 75 years the backpain gone away, that,s great.
    Your swing technic is the very best one.
    Lothar from Hamburg

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      October 3, 2016

      Paul Wilson


      Glad you like the tips. Thank you for the kind words.

      Also, glad you got the body swing and are seeing improvement as well as a pain-free swing. Maybe your friends should check out Ignition Golf.

      Keep up the good work. I love hearing stories like yours.

  2. October 3, 2016


    If I try to keep my head back and hit it fat, am I too low with the head or stuck on my back leg? Is the fix to lift heel?:)

  3. Paul:

    In addition to circular rotation of the left hip on the downswing would one also feel the pelvis on the left side going up with the circular rotation? Not a jump but a feeling of the left hip turning back to left and up at the same time which in turn would also give you the spine tilt back on the downswing for an inside path. Is this a correct feeling? The belt buckle turns to the left but is turning upward etc..

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      October 3, 2016

      Paul Wilson


      You may. I have done it for so long I was never really aware of it. I will think about it next time out.

      This may be another tip I can do to get people to do the tilt. Thanks.

  4. October 3, 2016


    Hi Paul

    I have decided to rejoin your website after going back and forth from one swing to another with limited joy. Hopefully i can make it work this time around as i still find myself at a 14 h/cap really wish to get to 10 or under and i am sick of trying to hammer the golf ball all day long.
    I am wondering if you have any tips on how to stop rolling your wrists open in your backswing? I noticed that i was doing this the other day and id say its the reason why i hit a lot of high weak fades/pushes.
    many thanks.

  5. Hi Paul,
    I noticed your comment “If you are rolling it you are using your hands”.
    I roll/flip my wrists early as a second nature (after working hard on killing the dreaded slice). If i start with the body turn correctly, I make a good contact, if not, a 15 yard draw. Should i completely stop rolling my wrist now ? I fear that i would be back to slicing.

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      October 5, 2016

      Paul Wilson


      By the sounds of it you have the roll over mastered so start forgetting about them. You will still be feeling them roll but you are not trying to purposely roll them. Your focus will be on driving the lower body first. If you slice it, go back to the roll over. Sounds like you are close.

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