Wrists In The Follow Through

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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+

4 Responses to “Wrists In The Follow Through”

  1. July 28, 2019

    SteveAird

    Thanks Paul. Just checked. I am doing this. I think your previous tips on the positions have something o do with this for sure. I have been working on these hinging/ re hinging tips a lot and it is finally starting to happen. Working a lot on the backswing position and touch the head follow through.
    I have been doing the practice swings.
    Feeling pretty good about my game! . Thanks Paul for being so passionate about what you teach.
    I am finally getting it for real now( thought I had it but did not.)
    Steve

    • Paul Wilson

      August 7, 2019

      Paul Wilson

      Steve,

      Very good. For you it is small pieces now. All of the small things add up to 1 bug thing. So take note of any other small things that are not quite right. Isolate each one and fix it knowing that it will make the overall swing better. Turn your good move into a a great move.

  2. Paul, I have been following you advice and hitting the best tee shots of my life. I have added a minimum of 30’yds off the tee. I hit it straight with a small fade at the end. However at least once a round I hit a big slice. It feels the same as my good shots. Any ideas of what is causing it and what videos do you recommend watching?

    Steve

    • Paul Wilson

      August 7, 2019

      Paul Wilson

      Stephen,

      Very good. I love hearing it.

      The one bad drive is you getting all excited so you try to give it a little extra. In doing so, you come out of it which locks the wrists and holds the face open. Your thought needs to be repeat. Repeat. Repeat. So find the level you can swing at and repeat it for every drive.

      So before each shot I would do 2 easy swings keeping the wrists loose. Then swing at the pace you can swing at. Stay a little more focused on the ball until you hear it or see the club blur by. Once you do, you can look all you want.

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