What’s Better? High Right or Low Left?

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Paul Wilson

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+

3 Responses to “What’s Better? High Right or Low Left?”

  1. March 17, 2019

    DavidGeer

    Paul, in a recent tip you talked shots going right caused by turning the hips too hard causing a disconnection in the player’s swing. I have recently (last few weeks) been hitting shots with all clubs (about 1/3 of the time) but there is zero slice spin and they are about 15 degrees offline. They go dead straight and perhaps even draw a few yards. I have begun trying to slow down the hips but the results are not clear yet. Is the “symptom” described in the “high right” shot as different situation? Thanks David

  2. Yesterday ,Saturday March 16 2019,,at the PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP ,TOMMY FLEETWOD ,the Young ENGLISH Pro, in the initial holes, kept hitting the ball right by approximately 15°/20°.The commentator said the weather had become colder so TOMMY”s upper bocy muscles were cold and he couldn’catch up with the lower body rotation.Happily for TOMMY ,he fxed the issue and finished on top the 3rd round ,-14 ,one shot behind JON RAHM(-15) ,the SPANIARD with the compact and powerful swing ,and ex aequo wth RORY Mc ILROY .
    Question :do you have a video with the low stinger with the 2 iron ,such as done by TIGER WOODS :the ball flies low and straight and runs for ever ..

  3. March 18, 2019

    TomC

    Paul, I have seen a lot of tips from other sources that emphasize hitting up on the ball with the driver to maximize distance. Is that something you agree with?
    Thanks,
    Tom

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