3 Golf Swing Death Moves With The Driver

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How would you like to stop killing your drives? What stops us from getting speed and achieving distance? For those looking to bomb the driver, this video on 3 Golf Swing Death Moves With The Driver is for you. We have the golf swing and your total game broken down to the 5 most important keys in our Top Speed Golf System. In this video we'll cover key moves that will hurt your driving game, while improving key fundamentals! Start having real control of your game. Be able to hit any shot in golf! We’ll teach you.

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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13 thoughts on “3 Golf Swing Death Moves With The Driver

  1. Great video, especially the full hip turn on the backswing. Next time I would find another location though. Maybe it was just me, but the gate opening and closing was kinda weird and distracting. LOL Looks like you edited around it a little starting at the middle of the video, but then it was back full force in your post comment. Too funny.

  2. Thanks Clay! Great way to break it down. I am coming back to your style of the classic swing and stopping the early hinge swing. I am short and stocky, so your style and getting width really helps me get the power I need. Thanks clay!

  3. Clay, I honestly do not struggle with hitting fairways or consistency. My biggest issue is distance and that causes me to over swing and then my consistency goes away. I need help.

  4. This drag move is bloody exactly what I do, especially with the driver and fairway woods (for some reason irons feel like they close themselves to me, but not the woods? I dunno). It is very frustrating, it feels physically impossible for me to close the club face when I'm doing it, and holy crap do I block it. Currently working on making my swing a bit more shallow, and allowing my hands to close the club face starting at the top. Thanks for the videos!

  5. The hip rotation is a sum of the club head, arms and chest rotation and movement. I feel like its not good for the structure and support in the lower body, if im intendedly rotating it. the movement in hips is and should be natural and not forced. the timing and sync in the swing will suffer too!

    Hips rotation is super important and crucial but the movement has to be natural, not forced! if the hip doesnt rotate enough, its more to do with flexibility and the cure to it should be streching the hip with exercises and not forcing the hip to rotate and then due to bad flexibility, he muscles and body will suffer!

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