When to Regroup

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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 to Regroup”

  1. April 19, 2013

    Steven D

    Another cause of a bad practice session can be fatigue in the lower body. That’s when I find myself “lunging” at the ball. Not good at all….

  2. Paul
    What do you do when this breakdown happens in the middle of a round ?…ie. you’ve just hit two or three horrible shots in a row and you’re only on the 12 th hole…..now what?

  3. When this happens during a round of golf ,I just take my ” fetish ” club which happens to be a 5 Hybrid ,and I go on playing with it.I know I Will not fail with this Hybrid ,and then confidence ,rythm and tempo come back!

  4. Happened during a range session today. Hit thin, fat, push, duck hook ….Everything wrong.

    Just before I quit in disgust, I realized I was coming up on the balls of my feet at the start of the down swing. My body, sensing the imbalance, couldn’t do the weight shift nor the proper rotation.

    I reestablished the proper weight distribution and arched back at setup and hit 79% of my shots on line +/- 5 degrees (my current goal). Being off balance throws everything off. Realizing you are off balance should have been obvious but I overlooked it.

    • April 30, 2013

      Paul Wilson


      I love the fact that you fixed your own swing. This is what I want everyone to be able to do. Sometimes it will elude you but if you go through the grip and setup through doing a proper routine this will take a lot of things off the table. Once you know they grip and set up is perfect think about your coiling and uncoiling, hinging and re-hinging and maintaining the spine angle. These are the only things that will cause the ball to go offline at this point. So watch your ball and it will tell you what you need to be working on. Simple once you get the hang of it.

  5. How could you have been watching me warm up yesterday? You tip today was prescient. I topped ’em, hit ’em fat, sliced them — all of it. Unfortunately I didn’t have your tip in my head. Many thanks for it though. Rick.

    • Richard,

      I am every where. Just when you think you shouldn’t be doing something I will catch you.

      We all go through or have gone through it. Sounds like you are working on too many things. Regroup.

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