Watch The Ball To Fix Your Swing

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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+

8 Responses to “Watch The Ball To Fix Your Swing”

  1. August 7, 2014


    First things first, thank you so much for your wisdom of the golf swing. I have been working on the this method for about 5 months. Last weekend I tied for first place in my flight and lost in the second play off hole. This is a major improvement for me. I had a 10 to 20 yard tail on the ball to the right on the last day and could not figure it out. I wish I had reviewed this tip sooner. Thanks again for your awesome tips which has greatly improved my game.

  2. August 10, 2014


    Touching the shaft to back of head has helped a lot with contact being pure but I tend to pull the ball a hair or hit a cut depending on club face. Then I will consciously try to touch knees but when I do that I hit it mostly thin.(feels like i get to much secondary tilt) I am not swinging fast at all. Any thoughts?


  3. Hi Paul Great lessons! So much to memorize.
    How do I get to my “Add to to-do list” after I saved it. I don’t know how to get back to the one I added. Thanks, Mike Mastrocovo 7/9/16

    • Michael,

      Glad you liked it. Thanks.

      Once you save to the To Do list or as a Favorite on the original site you scroll down the page. They are listed below.

  4. Hi Paul. Just a question not really related to the swing but Regarding equipment, specifically wedges. For a player like myself, is it ok to play with wedges included in the set or should one play with bladed wedges? I like my pitching wedge and gap wedge the most and these are part of my iron set (Callaway xr). I also have bladed sandwedge and lobwedge but dont like these that much. I like the feeling of more helping irons. Any ideas? 🙂

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      April 18, 2017

      Paul Wilson


      Yes, you should play your pitching wedge from your set. You can play the gap wedge too or you can change it. Up to you. I am use the one in my set. I use a different SW though. This is for delicate shots so you need to find one you like the look of and can hit well. You really need to try a bunch of them. To me I am after a rounded look. Anything else and I hate it. Hate it and you lose confidence. Ask people at the course if you can hit theirs or at a golf store. As you become a better player this will be a vital club in your bag.

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