Number 1 Trick For Better Golf

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How would you like to hit better golf shots? How do we build a consistent golf swing? For those looking to shoot lower scores, this video on Number 1 Trick For Better Golf 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 2 important concepts, 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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steve perry says:

clay, this is a good one.

TheStallion234 says:

Hey, nice baseball swing!

just sunny says:

Nice hat Clay haha 🙂 The new Leadbetter? Thanks for the video, this is something I forget to do!

thomas ross says:

Clay, you are very good instructor & player. I use your techniques for various shots. There is not a swing type for everybody. The arm length & total height can dictate the suitable type of swing. In this video, I see you really trying to prove a point by example. 1- The comparison to a short handle hammer to a golf club is BS. 2- A baseball bat is not the same either. Ben Hogan's swing was based on the swinging & release of a baseball bat. Warning! You better have a shaft that can hold up to the rotational speed to keep the clubface in the proper position. I believe that there must be a conflict of who is right & who is wrong in the "You Tube" instructional internet. My personnel swing is based on the principals of Jack Nicklaus & Greg Norman. It is very dependable. The modern instructor would try to change my swing & grip. No Thanks, why do I want to make swinging a club more complicated than necessary to achieve the same result. Keep up the good work & try to find the time play some events, You are very talented & could compete on a high level. I'll keep watching for the help, Thanks.

DigiAllstar says:

Can you tell us about your struggles? And how did you get thru them?

Glenn Watson says:

This is the best lesson I have seen you give.

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Taco Stacks says:

This guy knows all the tricks.

Tony Murphy says:

I love your videos Clay…..the only problem is I’ve watched so many that I’m over analysing and self talking during take away and follow through. Any tips on how you can quiet the mind?

Golf India VLOG says:

Wow great. Solved lots of problems. Thanks

bakers blog says:

Best instruction, again. This works beautifully with the top speed system. Thanks Clay.

Kiho Jung says:

No 1 lesson in golf.

bdiddy8239 says:

Thank you for the detailed instruction, Clay. I’ve been watching your older videos and been practicing. Your lessons all point to the same points, just in different angle. I’ve been hitting much straighter/further with MUCH less effort (using whole body helps!)
My biggest misunderstanding was at the start of the downswing, my hip rotated/opened up even before the start of the downswing, causing the ‘over the top’ upper body, but after watching your other videos, I managed to time it so that my hip/shoulder rotate as my club shaft is parallel to the ground. Did I get your point right?

Bob J says:

Any sports your not great at?

Dave says:

7:40 The problem with "swinging out to the right" like this is that it's not how the golf swing actually works. If you strike the ball at the bottom of the arc, then the clubhead will move slightly to the left just after impact. If you watch the swings of the best players in the world, you'll notice that their clubhead swings from the inside but then exits to the left–this is key.

I followed the advice of swinging out to the right and developed a flip that was nearly impossible to time and produced snap hooks and all kinds of bad shots. Once I started exiting left my flip was gone, my release was much better, and I no longer missed left. I get that most amateurs need an exaggerated feel to stop coming over the top, but I believe they need to know the right way to actually do it. If they have the wrong concept of how the golf swing works, they will inevitably run into trouble somewhere down the road.

Nick mahendra says:

This is one of the best golf videos ever made, it makes a whole lot of sense. And it really makes it simple to understand.. thank you clay, keep up the great work mate..

J@D W says:

Super video. I wouldn't call it a trick, more like #1 concept for better striking. " In to out" with the rotation and face closure cancelling out the "out".

Jason Green says:

That makes a lot of sense. Could you also practise while being open to get that feeling too?

Meek Rodriguez says:

I like the video

Twts04 says:

Bucket hat>every other hat

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