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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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May 12, 2014
Thanks Paul, this is very helpful to go back and get a summary of the main positions. I’m working hard on individual swing positions but it is good to take a step back and see the wood from the trees so to speak!
Glad you liked it. I just thought I would summarize. People can work on way to many things. This is what I used to do. I don’t want you to make the same mistakes.
Great tips as usual.
Thanks. I appreciate it.
This is an especially good video. A question about grip position for left handed swingers who are right handed at everything else..myself and many others like Phil Mickelson..should I still adopt the 2 knuckle grip you suggest? By far my right arm is my strongest and it is the lead arm so that seems to go against your advice to “weaken” the strong arm in the grip.
Yes, you need to still be doing the 2 knuckle grip with the top hand. You have an advantage in the lead arm is the strong one. I want a secure connection in this hand and weak in the bottom hand. We righties should actually be playing left handed.
Greetings Paul Just wanted to let you know the hardest adjustment for me right now is getting my arms to be loose . I have played for a long time and i have to make a great effort in my head to stay loose .Great tips
This is hard for everyone. At least now you know you should not be trying to hit or help it in anyway. The should be powerless. No one ever said this to me. I had to figure it out on my own. Once I did though, it was a whole new world.
I have a bunch of tips on powerless arms.
SWING TIPS > FULL SWING > POWERLESS ARMS
May 13, 2014
Thanks Paul I’m not in that whole new world yet but i am looking forward to it thanks to you
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