Simple Follow Through For More Speed

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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+

3 Responses to “Simple Follow Through For More Speed”

  1. November 4, 2021


    Hi Paul,
    I’m fairly certain this is something that I do. I can’t tell if it is a result of “giving up” after I have mede contact, or not turning my body fast enough to get the club to come all the way through to your finishing position. It could also be that I’m not loose enough in my arms and wrists. What were the reasons for your students and how did you fix them?

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      November 16, 2021

      Paul Wilson

      The majority of the time it is because golfers are not even thinking about the follow through and just thinking about hitting the golf ball so they dont have an emphasis on the follow through. Right now when you are getting used to the follow through positions, go slow and lots of practice swings. If it does not get the easily then you want to be going slower and physically get into the FT positions. It should take about 2-5 days of good practice for it to be more “natural”. Some golfers have a hard time getting to them because of tightness.

  2. November 18, 2021


    Thanks for this awesome tip. I really like the concept of starting and finishing perpendicular to the target line. I started golfing about a year ago lowering my handicap from 30 to 16 by attending camp and following tips from this site.

    A couple weeks ago on the course I used this tip as my lone swing thought and shot 84, which is a personal best. Getting to (or at least trying to) get to the finish position made ball striking much more consistent. Many fairways and greens hit on the day.

    I was thinking about playing tether ball when I was younger and how you wanted to get the ball and string completely wrapped around the pole. You would never try to stop the ball halfway through and I think that is a similar concept to the golf swing. The contact of the ball distracts beginners from making a complete swing nor do they know or think about the finish position. Thanks for the great tips as always!

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