Shallow Out The Club | Right Elbow

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How would you like to be more consistent in the golf swing? How do we become consistent in contact? For those looking to come in square, this video on Shallow Out The Club | Right Elbow 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 to shallow out the club, 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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KD Mills says:

Great Video! I am working on starting my downswing with bringing the right elbow to my right hip. Oooooh Boy‼️ 5 yards more distance and accuracy with my left to right fade. The swing feels natural and easy to me because of my outside in take back.

Daley Moore says:

Do you still recommend this on lower irons and wedge shots? Cheers good vids tho happily subscribed

Adey Yemm says:

you need to slow your talking down a bit . sounds like a kid that needs to tell a story but no one is listening .

chebrneck says:

The ending was kind of contradictory to what the video explained.

William Wilson says:

Thanks Robin – it's all so easy!!!

Didier Chappet says:

very confusing…. It's a detail

ohiomoto says:

I've been working on this on and off for a while now. I like to add the idea of pointing my left elbow towards the ball (or even slightly outside of it on shorter irons). This helps me lay the club off and makes it easier to keep my path under control and it complements the right elbow move well. (I'm a natural over the topper.) To be clear, I'm not "pathing" my left elbow out towards the ball, I'm still bringing my hands down towards where they started at address. I do get my left arm away from my body a little while I keep the right elbow tucked into my right side. Feels great when I sync it up with my lower half.

Joey Reimann says:

great vid, thanks Robin

Knightlore10 says:

For me it's about feeling the grip resting across the index finger of my right hand as soon as I start down. If I don't have that feeling I will tend to get steep.

Joakim Fredriksson says:

Do not really agree with this without further context

King Brian of knocknasheega says:

I think if this channel did a video and didn't mention lag I would drop dead.

Robert Guth says:

Wait "feel "like ur elbows pointing to the ground or point ur elbow to the ground?

LJ K says:

This is fantastic. Thank you

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