Tilt and Roll To Hit A Draw

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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+

6 Responses to “Tilt and Roll To Hit A Draw”

  1. As a leftie, couldn’t I just aim my body left of target with the face slightly closed at address but pointing at its starting line. Then swing down the line of my body and because the face would be slightly closed would the ball not then draw back.
    The opposite would presumably promote a fade. Been a member for quite a few years and despite being an advancing senior, on a good day I’m hitting it better than I’ve ever done.
    Keep up the good work!!

  2. why not tilt at setup-then only have think of one thought-rolling hands

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      April 28, 2022

      Paul Wilson

      You would be pre-tilting and this could cause you to tilt too much and send the golf ball too far from inside out.

  3. This tip really works for me. It provides the in to out path and makes it easier for me to release the club. My head also stays behind the ball.

    Thanks Paul!

  4. Paul,

    Wouldn’t the additional emphasis on tilt make one more prone to hitting the ball fat?

    And, hence, one more reason why the draw is not your personal preferred way to swing?


  5. Paul
    Can I try a thought of two triggers at same time
    Like lock the leg and knee ahead of ball is this ok

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