How to Break 80 In Golf

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How would you like to break 80 in golf?! How do we shoot in the 70’s? Any one looking to break 80 in golf, this video on How to Break 80 In Golf is for you. We have the golf swing and your total game boiled down to 5 most important keys in the Top Speed Golf System. Those shooting under 80 all can do a few of the same things, make a draw or fade shot with control, control the height of their wedges and more! We’ll go over what happens to make these shots, while improving key fundamentals! So let’s learn how to break 80 in golf and start having some real control of our game.

I look forward to working with you much more in the future with Top Speed Golf. Good luck with your golf.

Clay Ballard

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Mike Dole says:

To break 90, you have to reach the distance of the green in regulation. That means no shanking shots. If you shank shots, it's likely a grip problem. To break 80, no double bogies, 11 pars and 7 bogies is what it takes. For me it meant hitting even longer and straighter starting with massive straight drives, massive 15 degree club 2nd shot, reaching or close to reaching par 5's with 2 shots type of hitting. It's doable. 2 pieces of advice…1. Get fitted. 80% of your success is having the right shaft weight, length, flex etc. Unless ur totally lucky on all the complexities of a set of irons, you'll likely be hacking out there. 2. You need to play 2-3 a week and golf can get expensive. So the deal I got where I play was $30 a month membership, I get 2 free range buckets a day, and pay $13 a round with cart at twilight rate time. Usually finish 18 before dark.

The Recreational Golfer says:

1. Hit the ball straight from the tee and fairway.
2. Chip close.
3. Approach putt close.
That's it.

RobinJohnsson1000 says:

The key components of breaking 80's, 70's, 60's is short game. If you are 50 yards away from the flag and pick a 7-iron, pitching wedge then yea, you will not break 70's or 80's. A player who can break 70's all the time will always pick a 60 degree wedge in any situation that is close to the flag as that has a MUUUUCH higher chance of getting close rather than pray&play which 7-iron and pitch is as you cannot know how long carry the ball will have or how much roll it will have.

Practice the HECK out of your WEDGES (not pitching wedge) and practice the HECK out of your putter and you will get down to under 10 handicap just based of that. It does not matter if you make GIR, you can be 50 yards of green at 3 on a par 5, with a good chip and a good put you will still make par.

The time when you need to worry about making GIR is when you have 3-4 handicap.

Brandon Cauble says:

Drive for show, putt for dough

Ryan B says:

It begins and ends with the SHORT GAME, I've broken 80 twice in my life and both times my chipping was on fire and I made some lucky putts.

Butterus Dryanmar Crew says:

I can't hit a proper fade and still can break 80's it is more about the course management and short game.

touristguy87 says:

2:50 worth of bullshit about fading an iron shot and what the fuck does that have to do with breaking 80 I simply do not know

Bob A Booey says:

Course management and no blow up holes is the only way to hit in the 70's.

Eric Smith says:

Clay, can you add some slow motion swings after you make your swing? Great vids btw:)

janib khan says:

Nice video. You may also want to checkout the review of How to break 80 on my blog at Thanks. Ramon.

Wisconsin Golf says:

You don't have to be able to hit a draw or a fade to break 80 it's good short game and good ball striking

hawjsta says:

Short game, irons, and tee game is key to shooting 70s not no shot shaping.

ATC235 says:

What iron do practice with?

Dan MacMillan says:

how to break 80: just be fucking good at golf, some people just aren't good enough. It's more than just drawing and fading and certain shots

Matala67 says:

Great video series Clay, thank you.

Dale mcpherson says:

can you do a video on the diferent ball positions for the diferent clubs say sand wedg to a 9 8 7 6 5 there must be a deferens because of the loft.forgive the bad spelling.you get my drift

Youngsun Kim says:

best of best lesson. long time ago I gave up hitting straight shots all day long.

Game-Changer says:

Wow!! This video is packed with useful information. Thank you so much for your hard work and sharing your knowledge with us. I'll let you know when I break 80 – could be tomorrow. ; )

Jamhot71 says:

Hi Clay, thanks for all your videos, they are extremely helpful. Can we have a link to the breaking 90 video you refer to in this one? I can't seem to find it, thanks.

BestRainCloud says:

Clay's videos are excellent

robert Burrows says:

These videos are he most understandable videos I have seen. I would thoroughly recommend them to players of all abilities.

Haris Bajric says:

Enough of the lag videos dude, Jesus

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