Say Yes – Overall Swing – Heavy Golf Club

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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+

11 Responses to “Say Yes – Overall Swing – Heavy Golf Club”

  1. Paul, thanks for this and all of your lessons. You’ve truly made a difference in my game. The concepts that you repeat about the looseness in the arms, the fluid wrists, the lack of tension in the swing are all helpful, but where is the balance between those and the need to keep the lead arm (for me the left arm being a right handed player) straight in the back-swing. It is so easy to bend the elbow if I do not tighten up the left arm muscles. Thanks from the Windy City.

  2. Paul, I think you are telling us to make the golf club feel heavy throughout the complete swing and not just at impact. Is this correct? Wes

    • Welsey,

      You are correct. My clubs feel heavy and I don’t swing heavy clubs. See your whole club as mass. Your arms as string. If the mass was set in motion it would be heavy to the string. If you get this feeling you cannot be hitting with the arms. If you were the club would feel light.

  3. Paul, Thank you for the tips. Wesley

  4. January 7, 2018



    Does the club feel heaviest to you at the point where your arms are fully extended on the downswing?

    • Paul Wilson

      January 7, 2018

      Paul Wilson


      Yes this is as it is making the arc to it widest point because it is pulling my arms out. Make sure you feel this. It should be crystal clear.

  5. This is the game changer. No more 50 yard push fade 😉
    I used to think of this only while playing, will go back to that!

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