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Michael Breed shares how a balance rod can help you improve your swing. See more tips from The Golf Fix here:

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JustJames says:

You have to smile though when Michael says 'don't worry about where the ball goes' – as he hits a 200yd approach stiff – lol…great lesson though.

JustJames says:

Really good explanation about the importance of balance and how the body has an innate ability to self correct if you give it the opportunity. Michael Breed is a top teacher, talks in easy to understand terms and is an excellent player.

Michael Lambing says:

I have found that concentrating on my balance makes me more in control…I don't over swing..and I don't feel like I have to swing nearly as chipping, pitcing, irons and driving!…it's not easy!..I tend to want to be more on my toes ..but, as I swing with my weight on my toes, I tend to fall into the ball as I, this is very good advice.

TheJhaley12 says:

lol damn near shanked it, don't think I'll worry about balance that much.

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