Golf Tips – How to Get Consistent Golf Swing Tempo

Click Here for More Golf Tips: Golf Tips – Golf Swing Tempo In this video I try to explain how to achieve consistent golf swing tempo… The Golf Gruva is our signature product and the most advanced on the market. This training system with its unique multi-swing-plane design …
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50 Responses to “Golf Tips – How to Get Consistent Golf Swing Tempo”

  • Adam Grymkowski:

    Paul, I love your teaching style a lot, another words, you’re not just a
    golf instructor charging his/her fee, you are much, much more, somebody who
    has a ” teaching philosophy” which most golf instructors don’t have a clue
    about, unfortunately! By watching your lessens, I have improved my game
    tremendously for which I thank you!!!! Adam ps. would love to visit you in
    LV for a few instructions, how will I approach it? 

  • Richard Pettengill:

    I have been a disciple of yours for a few years now. Your teaching is by
    far the best I have experienced and augment it with a visit or two to my
    local Pro.
    1st, A little background:
    I recently, (yesterday), put the Swing Speed Radar into use at my local
    practice tee. I noticed that my optimal head speed for my driver and 2 wood
    is currently at 84 mph with a longest drive at 92. Having said that, 84 is
    my current maintainable head speed with those clubs.
    As I moved on to my pitching wedge, (currently locked in at 95 – 100 yds.
    accurately), I noticed that my head speed dropped to 56 mph.
    2nd, My question for you:
    Is the drop in head speed with the wedge an anomaly or is this the norm?
    In other words, should I be set at 56 or should I be seeking to increase
    head speed almost 30 mph? I am not quite sure what the head speed is
    telling me with the wedge. Would you enlighten me?
    -Rich P.

  • mick mcgivern:

    played of 5 handicap for 30 years and now play off 15. Watched this video
    went to the practise ground for an hour and shot 2 under for 9
    holes.Awesome instruction Paul.Regards from Co. Galway. Ireland.

  • Bert Flowers:

    Bro I thought I was crazy but I was just practicing at the range and I
    stopped to think about what I was doing wrong “all harms”.
    So I slowed way down almost felt like I being dumb but consistent ball
    striking occurred.
    I’m really excited thank you for the video to back my thougts of what was

  • Justin Cox:

    to make it easy, think about pausing at the top of your backswing. you
    wont be pausing but actually your hips will unwind first, hands will drop,
    and arms will follow. think pause, you wont actually pause, but you will
    create great tempo

  • Josh Hewitt:

    Does this also work for a 12 year old?

  • Fred Ernst:

    Excellent video. Maybe it will help me. I have a good practice swing, can
    hit plastic balls well, and after about 10 real balls on the driving range,
    they too fly great, But as soon as I get to the first tee, make a
    backswing, I freeze trying to come down. The only way I can finally hit the
    ball is to take a step forward, like a baseball swing. Any ideas? Hypnosis?
    I’ve had this problem for about 4 weeks, seems like it started after I
    developed “golfer’s elbow”, which, after a doctor injected cortisone, is
    gone. My son-in-law has often said, why do you always try to kill the ball
    (he hits it a mile, hdcp 7). 

  • Buddy Holly:

    This is the best ever demonstration. and perfectly shown. how to swing the
    club for power and control !! I may have missed some thing in lessons? but
    no one has put it better. power to your elbow Paul. yours Bruce

  • MacClellandMan:

    Paul, I wish you could see the lights turn on in the eyes of my junior
    golfer girls when they started flying the ball on target following your
    instruction. Joy overtook frustration. Thanks so much.

  • Rafyc2000:

    this is your man for golf instruction, no golf gobbleygook, just
    straightforward advice. thanks.

  • Matt Cody:

    Thanks for all the tips. Just beginning to play and enjoy the game. It’s
    great to see that someone is happy to help. You’re a legend Paul. Matt Cody

  • sydnichols1:

    excellent swing Paul. good tip. will work on this.

  • Tour Impact Golf LLC:

    Insightful. A practical approach to improving whip like Rhythm.

  • srfguitar:

    Do you intentionally whip your wrists around to get the speed, or does
    keeping your wrists loose do that automatically? thanks

  • Paul Wilson Golf:

    Your wrists are loose. The forces acting on the mass will want to make the
    mass swing to its widest point. So you are not purposely whipping anything.
    It is whipping because it is loose.

  • Paul Wilson Golf:

    Slow down. At the range there is a ball. At home there is no ball. So get
    it slowly first then speed it up in stages.

  • patleg35:

    Hi Paul, Thanks for your very interesting videos ! When I try this, I get a
    pretty good feeling in front of the mirror at home. But on the practice
    range, it always ends up with pushes with short irons and big slices with
    the driver ! Like if the club & arms are lagging behind my body turn… Any
    hint ?! 😉 (I am 8-handicap)

  • Rob W:

    you been alot of help to me, this year i started playing golf again, i
    learn the game from Hogans book as a kid, which worked for me, but watching
    your videos you really helped alot i am playing better now than i ever have
    , just want to say thanks for your videos

  • dennis bean:

    having loose wrists help my game a lot. Good tip

  • Paul Wilson Golf:

    Great stuff. I love hearing it.

  • Paul Wilson Golf:

    Thanks. I appreciate the feedback and support.

  • Ryan Huong:

    Hey Paul I just want to thank you, I went from an arm-swinging 23hcp to a
    straight, long-hitting 17 in just a few months watching ONLY your videos. I
    think you are hands-down the best for the beginner. You really understand
    what we need when first starting. Thank you so much!

  • Beretta96Dan:

    Paul, thanks for the golf instruction. I don’t get to play as much as I
    would like, but you’re instructions definitely help! I use to be very
    “armsy,” but after following you on YouTube, I have been playing much

  • pbeausejour:

    I have found your tips very helpful. Are you recommending loose wrists on
    the backswing resulting in a big wrist hinge? I notice some tour players do
    not present a pronounced wrist hinge on the backswing.

  • Paul Wilson Golf:

    If you are swinging too much inside out and you release it a little too
    much you will hit the top right quadrant of the ball creating a duck hook.
    You need a neutral grip and more turn int he downswing instead of lateral.
    This will get the path going more down the line. The neutral grip will
    reduce the spin. It’s 2 parts which very few people are willing to fix.

  • Lam Geoffrey:

    This weird looking thing only explains how a perfect swing should be…it
    doesn’t help you to swing better, that’s stupid

  • Hipster Jesus:

    utter pile of shit

  • Nick Casella:

    wow some good stuff here

  • Jimmy MX:

    This will never work! You will gain muscle memory on pushing the club up
    against the rails. What happens when the rails are not there? Your muscle
    memory developed by this stupid contraption will push your club way off
    plane. Common sense… 

  • Philip Grogan:

    what a load of rubbish. Put a tee peg in the end of your club and use that
    as a guide for the plane of your golf swing relative to the ball, cost

  • tweetweettiger:

    So many possible ways to break this device with your swing.

  • JayZoop:

    And at state 4 his hips are way to forward. Well I guess he’s focused on
    his club angle at that moment.


    wow..pretty high tech !

  • O. Mega:

    (for those who think that they will not have time for this… it means that
    they are satisfied with their swing wich is full of mistakes )
    this is just an exemple, i meane this swing structure (Gurva) … but even
    with simple exercices you can have a perfect swing…. hit the ball
    correctly.. participate in PGA may be … 

  • Mox_au:

    really awesome piece of equipment, I can’t think how much of a help this
    would be, even for a more advanced golfer with some quirks in his swing

  • Nathan Webber:

    nice shot

  • Jpgundarun:

    What a load of shit. Just hit the ball the way your body allows and have
    some fun. 98% of us are not professionals and are never going to be. All
    these devices and drills etc (and there are hundreds of them) are useless.

  • Stephanie Lengstien:

    Great share on this thanks

  • Nik M:

    ain’t nobody got time for dat thing. 

  • Felix Homann:

    If you may take off your glasses please? :D

  • maxxsee:

    reminds me of machine in this swedish golf movie

  • Nick Hough:

    The theory is correct, but the execution and ‘packaging’ is awful! What a
    cumbersome piece of kit. I’ve seen exhibition centres with less metalwork!

  • geoff mulcahy:

    This looks like an excellent means of getting a better swing but it looks
    so lumbersome. Is there a way of folding it up to so you can bring it
    around the course easier?

  • johniboz1:

    My lord! This contraption is more complicated then a time machine!

  • steven reese:


  • tsqconrad:

    clearly… touche

  • bluehorse888:

    I dont own this product nor do I work for them but I must point out some
    flaws in your logic.The materials you mention exclude the gross cost of
    production which would include engineering, manufacturing, supplying,
    consulting, legal and advertising fees. Large corporations are able to
    bring products to market for much smaller end costs to the consumer because
    of economies of scale. If he was sure he could sell 50,000 units then of
    course he could reduce price. But I doubt this product will.

  • RickNashIsGod:

    hahah thats gay

  • Icekul0113:

    Does this damage graphite shafts? Could you also demonstrate use with a