How To Uncoil For Power And Consistency – Follow Up

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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+

18 Responses to “How To Uncoil For Power And Consistency – Follow Up”

  1. January 5, 2013


    Hi Paul,
    The videos are for the first time loading much faster. Thanks.

  2. January 6, 2013


    Absolutely marvelous.

  3. January 6, 2013


    Good morning Paul,
    “Lift the heel” I have been thinking about turning the hips to begin my downswing. Lifting the heel seems to me to be a better starting thought and motion to begin the downswing. I have downloaded on my iPad the V1 Golf app. I videoed my swing from the front on view, and you hit the nail on the head. No hip rotation at contact. No heel off the ground at contact. Back to the practice range with a new thought and the iPad. Thanks again for the consistent repetition.

  4. January 8, 2013


    Hi Paul,
    It is just a pleasure to whatch this tips. Even if I whatch it multiple times I still find details which seemed to hide when I whatch it earlier.
    Repetition is the key to all good habits – it is also the key in mental terms as I learned from Dave’s Product also available on your website here.
    With all this great preperations I’m looking forward to an exciting golfing year.
    Thanks for all that good stuff and please continue.
    PS: I stopped to visit revolution golf months ago and surely don’t miss a thing!

    • January 8, 2013

      Paul Wilson


      Thanks for the kind words and support.

      Glad you liked those tips. This is one of the key elements of the golf swing.

      Repeat … repeat …. repeat

  5. March 31, 2014


    Hi Paul,
    I will thank You for all tips at your site.
    I have played golf for around 8 years. I have tryed hard to be a consistant player. I went to several pro’s and se lot of video on YouTube but I still com over the top and hitting the ball but I never give up.
    I was quite lucky when I find one of your tips on YouTube. I Get membership and after 10 days on the range whit fokus on power les arms and coiling I got amazing results. This weekend I played to of the best round ever whit a quite cold putter.

    Again, thank You and I will follow your web site in the future.

    Kind regards a happy golfer from Norway

    • March 31, 2014

      Paul Wilson


      Thank you very much for your kind words and support. I truly appreciate it.

      Please stick with it. Also, when you start playing well it can get very exciting. As people get excited they start swinging too hard.

      Please watch this tip:

      You Will Top It:

  6. Hi paul
    I’m having some trouble standing up in my downswing any ideas on how to help this ?
    I think this is why I’m hitting a lot of toed and thin shots.

  7. March 29, 2015


    13.5 minutes that were very well spent. This is a very important tip and it was explained perfectly. This site is really something special. Thank you so much.

    • March 29, 2015

      Paul Wilson


      Glad you liked it. Thanks for the feedback. Funny how people over the years have said my tips are too long. If you don’t have 10 mins to watch a tip that can help your game you may as well not even be playing this game.

  8. Paul,

    I started watching your videos on YouTube about 6 months ago.This was 2 years after I had lost total interest in the game during which time my h/c fell from 12 to 23. Then you came along. I can honestly say, with my hand on my heart, that you have given me a new lease of life and I am once again starting to enjoy the game. I am now playing to h/c 18 but believe that with your videos i am certain that by the end of this year I shall be at around what I was 2.5 years ago. God bless you.


    • Mal,

      That’s great. I love hearing it.

      I would think you got into trying to hit the ball. I will keep saying it. This does not work. Until peolpe realize you hit a ball the opposite to what you think you will be in limbo forever and possibly even quit. Sad really but just like you, I went through this too when I lost my swing many years ago. I quit for 2 years.

      Just stick with working on each part of the swing one step at a time. It is about the movement and taking the arms out of the swing. Stay focused and do lots of practice swings working on the positions. The faster you master them the faster you will hit the ball amazingly well.

  9. Hi Paul This is a great tip but I don’t see how I can keep my head behind the ball as you have shown in another tip whin I am lifting my foot . What am I missing. .?

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