When You Should Be Pulling It

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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+

10 Responses to “When You Should Be Pulling It”

  1. October 28, 2013



    The body effects the direction
    The wrist effects the spin
    The tilt effects the contact.
    Have I missed those three statements in your past teachings or your book? Very interesting.

    • October 28, 2013

      Paul Wilson


      There is a whole “Self Diagnosis” section at the back of my book on this very subject. Kind of hard to miss it.


      How to Cure the Direction: https://ignitiongolf.com/cure-direction/

      How to Cure the Spin: https://ignitiongolf.com/fix-spin-problems/

      How to Cure the Contact: https://ignitiongolf.com/cure-contact/

      How to Cure Spin and Direction Problems: https://ignitiongolf.com/cure-spin-direction-problems/

      • October 30, 2013


        Yes, Paul it is all there. I often use the “Self Diagnosis” section to try to understand why the ball does what it does. I just have overlooked the bottom section on page 149. I like and understand all of your very simple explanations. I guess I did not put those three statements together. I believe you will always have golfers coming back to you either in person or keeping up their membership in Ignition Golf because we (or at least I) need constant reminders of the basics of the golf swing. Thanks for your patience and consistency. I believe in the acronym “KISS” – keep it simple stupid. Your teaching of the swing is just that. I will be a student of yours for life. I only wish I could convince more of my golfing friends and family to become students of you.

        • October 31, 2013

          Paul Wilson


          I’m glad you get it. It is funny and disappointing to me when people quit this site. Sure, I get there are some people that have financial difficulties so they have to quit but for those who can afford this site why would you ever quit? This is the information I wanted when I was growing up and learning the swing but could never find. There is so much to learn and so much to forget that if you are not constantly reviewing it it is very easy to get off track. Why would you even want to take the chance of this happening.

          I truly appreciate your efforts in promoting the site to others. I need all the help I can get. To get others to check it out all you have to do is improve. Once you start getting better they will want to know how you are doing it. They will come around in due time. Once they do they will be kicking themselves they did not listen to you sooner. I have hundreds if not thousands of emails from people telling me they wish they found me years ago.

  2. October 28, 2013



    As you probably are well aware, as we all learn how to swing the golf club and take each lesson from you to the range we suffer an incredible amount of frustration with the bad shots.

    Today’s lesson is the perfect reminder that I should focus on the reason behind what I am trying to do at the range – and it is not to hit perfect shots all the time. Brilliant lesson – as always – and really encouraging.


    Ian N.

    • October 28, 2013

      Paul Wilson


      The golf swing is frustrating to learn. I went through this more than anyone in 10 lifetimes. Hopefully, I explain it in a way that keeps it less frustrating. I am telling everyone the fastest, best way to get it. The thing is … are they hearing me?

  3. Paul,
    Recently started to follow your teaching and initially started hitting some nice shots, however have started to pull my irons more, and slice my driver. The pull with my irons has been ongoing for a couple of years however the slice with my driver is new, are they both connected ie coming over the top,I feel it may be an issue of weight transfer any advice would help.

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