How to Start Your Downswing in Golf (“The Move” in 3D)

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How would you like to get better contact in golf?! How do we come in square? For those looking to hit the sweet spot, this video on How to Start Your Downswing in Golf (“The Move” in 3D) 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. If you’re looking to hit clean, we'll cover the move, 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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GALA Tolik says:

Dear Clay, what happen with lag on the way down from the moment of.shallowing the club and bowing the left wrist. To me it seems the angle increases instead of decrease? Is that a should-be that differs from another swing style, where the left wrist stays cupped (lets say in case of strong grip) and gets flatten at very last moment before impact? In this video, a little strong and central grip suit best for bowing left wrist like so? Thnks!

Tin Nguyen says:

At P6 dtl, his swing seems ott (club head is above his hands vs covering it). The shaft doesn't split his trail forearm like he promotes. Can someone comment on this?

Strictlym3 says:

what's the angle of your right arm at the top of the swing. cool vid, clay!

Thomas Strand says:

I prefer Malaska rotating internally.

tengku h says:

no hips movement

Tony Lombardozzi says:

Interesting that the hand position trace on downswing is outside of the trace on the backswing…thought it would be inside

movie guy99 says:

To me lag is voodoo sorcery. No matter what I do I can't seem to get it. According to everything I've read lag is created by either jamming your right elbow into your side, having a loose grip, starting your downswing before your backswing has finished, starting the downswing with the lower body, intentionally holding the angle with the hands, and many more. If I don't start to release the club from the top I immediately start shanking the ball because the faces is just dead open and the only thing left to hit the ball is the shaft. If I try to hold off the angle with my hands and create the feeling of my hands being in front at impact I end up getting a smothered low punch shot that doesn't go a full distance. Like I say…voo doo.

DASH1ful says:

are you left eye dominant? it is noticeable how you work your head inorder to position your left eye over the ball at impact. bobby jones, who was left eye dominant, did the same thing. most tournament professionals have their right eye over the ball at impact. it does maximiz(s)e power.

Ed Bachmann says:

Love this stuff. What's going on with the right foot, though? 🙂 Off to check out the link for members.

Derrick Brent says:

Great series of videos on biomechanics and early shallowing. Thanks. Would love to see one demonstrating how hands "turn the corner" on downswing – going from down to up and left. Keep up good work!

Salomon Cohen says:

Hello clay can you make me a swing analisys by Skype and how much can cost me?

Dee Kay says:

Very interesting! It's a bit hard to see the wrist angles without the numbers. Is the right hand supinating and the left pronating in the top move and in the down swing the left pronates while the right extends?

J@D W says:

Seems to me the "move' works best with a fairly light left hand grip pressure.

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