How to Stay Connected in Golf

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How would you like to stay connected through the golf swing?! How do we rotate and keep everything together for momentum and speed? For those looking to make fully fueled golf swings that are nice and tight, this video on How to Stay Connected in Golf is for you. We have the golf swing and your total game boiled down to the 5 most important keys in our Top Speed Golf System. For those looking to link all parts of the swing, we'll cover what it will take to keep you connected through the swing all while improving key fundamentals! Start having real control of our 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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Lionel MO says:

Great video Clay. This is a quite a misunderstood area of the golf swing. You are very right to say that if you keep your right arm attached to your body the swing will look very pretty but the ball won't go that far. I used to do the drill with the head cover on but after taking it off and let the right arm go a bit higher I started hitting the ball over 220 yards. Only thing I won't do is to let the elbow go out and keep it in front of the body.

Dan Harris says:

Glad to hear a different opinion than GolfTEC. They tell me the pro average shoulder turn at the top of the swing is 90 degrees. I'm always over 100 and it feels a lot better. I watch pro swings and there's no way they average 90. Dustin Johnson is probably in the 120's.

TheZenbudda says:

Clay, I've watched a lot of your videos (possibly not all of them) and haven't ever seen this question addressed: Are you activating/using your forearms/wrists during your release when the club reaches the parallel-to-the-ground point (see vid mark 3:04)? Another way to put it, are you physically releasing the club at this point or are you letting gravity move your wrists/forearms to the club?

graham jones says:

Disagree in that although nowadays I hardly ever do it,towel etc under arms 1/2 swing drill gives you the basic connection, body release etc that enables you to fully release/fling your arms through impact, or in the short game keep them relatively soft/passive.

Nicholas Bertrand says:

Mr. Ballard; Clay, THANK YOU DO MUCH !!! I Have not hot a fat, thin or topped a shot since I watched this video. Also, your breaking 90, 80, & 70 have helped me imencly. Also the Driver series. I always prided myself on "never taking a lesson" and getting to 82 (scoring by rules of golf). However, I feel next season will be a big year once my arm heals (elbow surgery ) and your advice will get me to 80 or better. Anyway, Thanks again and I'll keep watching.

MrPigg11 says:

Great video Clay. Especially like the way you model and show what you are teaching on your own swing. Too many sites just talk about it but never show it at real speed. Nice work.

Demetrio Baltazar says:

Thanks Clay!

Rick Martin says:

I golf and play tennis. Does doing that screw up both swings? Is there any benefit from playing both or should I give up one?

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