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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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February 25, 2015
OK, i can see where some of my problems are, and the reasons for them: too wide a stance – easy to correct; knees not touching will require practice, because when i throw a ball i usually am taking a step. i am using my hips, but i am sliding. All of this sounds like i’m doing nothing right, but i am at least some of the time. (my golfing buddies tell me i have a beautiful swing like Els – when i hit it right.) Now when my swing goes astray the reason will be recognizable – thank you.
One other question: does springing off your right foot provide more power than either of the other two methods you described. i’ll keep working on all your tips.
February 26, 2015
Glad you are figuring it out. Stance too wide is huge. How did you not see this? Slide? Huge too. Can’t touch the legs when you slide. You really need to focus on my follow through. This alone will make you amazing. Then your buddies really will think you are Ernie Els.
Not sure if springing off the right foot increases power more than the other 2. To me, I am loading onto my right so it makes sense to spring from it. The other ways you are loading but then have to think of hips or belt buckle or left leg. This takes time to switch this thought. Well, you only have a millisecond to make this transition so every millisecond counts. To me this is a very powerful feeling. Try it and see if you like it.
Thanks for all of you answers, but i have another: What effect (problems) does turning your toes out make to your swing? i am a bit pigeon toed, but i can make them go out. i think when i hit now they are pointed straight ahead.
Understand this, i will always follow your advice because i know that another way may work, but then compromises will be made and thousands of more shots required to make it work. i taught tennis and that was always my experience with people who could’t/wouldn’t comply.
I have done tips on both feet. Basically, if your lead foot is straight you cannot turn without blowing out your lead knee, jumping or twisting your foot.
Front Foot Out: https://ignitiongolf.com/foot-position
Turn the back foot out more than 5 degrees and you will turn your hips too much reducing torque. Foot position alone can stop you from learning a great golf swing. This is serious stuff although it may not seem like it.
Back Foot: https://ignitiongolf.com/back-foot-position
August 13, 2016
Quick question. I seem to touch my legs pretty well, but often my right leg goes past my left. What is this telling me? I’m really trying to learn the body swing and it seems that when I’m balanced on my left side without either hanging back and hitting fat or over rotating and cutting across, I hit the ball so straight!
August 15, 2016
Your stance would be too narrow or you are sliding your back foot.
Watch how I am doing it:
Secret of the Starting the Downswing (using triggers – off big toe curve): https://ignitiongolf.com/shift-roll/
February 26, 2019
your videos are amazing, I was struggling to trigger downswing with my hips (bet buckle, left knee, etc) and it was not accurate, but then I simply did the touching leg position i.e. all I am thinking to initiate my downswing is to take my right knee to touch my left leg (always maintaining very loose grip and powerless arms) and BOOM ! starting shooting more consistent and farther! I was using S&T but now definitively switched to your swing as more natural and smoothly. Thank you!
Thanks. I appreciate it.
That is one of the downswing triggers I teach. 6 in total. You need to pick one (which you now have) and do it forever.
Keep doing what you are doing.
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