How To Stop Getting Stuck

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Are you tired of blocking shots to the right pr snap hooking in golf? How do we have a consistent golf swing? For those looking to save distance and speed, this video on How To Stop Getting Stuck 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 how you could be getting stuck, how that affects you and solutions, all 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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8 thoughts on “How To Stop Getting Stuck

  1. Clay, you make good golf easy. Again, great, easy to understand and apply.
    One question though, in the straight line release is it good to think keeping the "triangle" formed by your arms & shoulders? It appears to be the same at straight line release as it does at setup.

  2. Thanks Clay.
    I'm one of those people that is only a left hander if I hold a club/bat with 2 hands, dominant left eye, which makes it hard using a bow as I'm right handed with that, but left hand with a rifle, everything else is right handed, kick right foot, write right hand, tennis right hand, mixed up lol.
    Love your instructions mate, keep em coming.

  3. Very much enjoying the Top Speed site and while I'm still struggling to get the hips to open up enough at impact the improvements in ball striking has been fab so far.

  4. You are a good instructor, If you would watch Davis Love 's father if the shaft is parallel on downswing to the line of play, initiated
    by opening left hip & posting left leg which in turn, automatically drops right shoulder down, not out. Then shaft right arm & elbow are in position to release club head into the ball close to the address position. Observe Jack N., hands & shoulders & shaft position prior to release. Others, Davis Love the second, Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods, Johnny Miller, Rory, Jason Day, Justin Rose, Greg Norman just to name a few.

  5. Good vid. I think it's two things that have to be done simultaneously. The lead hip opens in the ds as the left wrist is bowing or flattening in transition. If the lead wrist isn't flattening, opening the lead hip could result in an OTT move. Make sense or am I off base here?

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