Swing The Club Slower For More Distance??

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How would you like to get more distance in golf? How do we get the most from our swing? For those looking to let the club do all the work, this video on Swing The Club Slower For More Distance 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 swinging the club slower could add to your distance, 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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Chris Snyder says:

Ok ok ok, I have lost count of the number of videos I’ve watched. I have enjoyed yours very much but I have never seen my question addressed. In turning my hips back to and through the ball, and follow thru, that untwisting forces my hands away from my body creating the dreaded out to in swing. The faster I turn the worse it gets. It has taken me awhile to figure this out, I can’t be the only one ?? How does one “disconnect” the hip turn from the swing plane? Thanks in advance.

dennis kline says:

You look a little young in this video. First time I have seen this. I'll try this swing and see if I feel/see any change.

Julie Rader says:

To technical for me, but thank for anyway!

Haseeb Khan says:

Clay!! You the man. Would love to see some content from you comparing the golf and tennis swing. Former college tennis player here looking to make a transition to golf

cpking7 says:

Love your teaching, including this video. An athletic buddy who signed up with you has moved from 80s and low 90s to rounds in the 70s in just 6 weeks. Everytime he hits a 290 drive, he says, "Thank you, Clay!" One fairly meaningless quibble: according to an old slo mo video study by Vic Braedon, in tennis when hitting topspin, though the racket face "feels" like it's pointing down, by contact it's actually horizontal or pointing slightly up. Exception is the occasional shoulder high smash near the net, where the racket face can point down into your opponent's court.

lightshadow44 says:

Clay is the best on-line instructor without question. The details are precise but build what we all desire in our game! Well explained in mechanics and physics alike.
It takes time folks. I joined TSG two years ago and finally understand keeping the club in front of body on the backswing. Combined with a 90 degree turn, shallowing and wrist angles my flight and power are dynamic. His explanation of sequence is essential for your best golf. Even when they don’t show up at the same time given day to day play and not having professional gifts, ball striking is somewhat pure for an amateur !
I tip my visor!

Bob Brown says:

Clay, very eye opening. Always knew optimal spot on clubface was slightly high and toward the toe on the clubface, but never heard about the difference in speed at that spot. But seems to make sense.

William Yu says:

I hope you could post more tennis videos haha

Brian Power says:

Did he just miss hit a ball 300 yards. Im just gonna quit now.

TDH says:

Title does not match content

Bo Strömberg says:

Maybe you can take up tennis coaching too

Michael Gonzalez says:

Does this vid have the wrong title?

MrLVill says:

Ha! Good luck not topping, hitting fat, or sweeping under the ball people.

Chris Kennedy says:

Clay, your clarity on the physics of what a ball does as it gets hit by the face of the club are presented very well. Fantastic stuff, thanks for posting this

Irineo Jimenez says:

I watch your great video all the time and I’m a subscriber. I’m just wondering what kind of Apps on your IPad you’re using so I can track my Driver. Thanks

tom lathrop says:

what software are you using on the iPad to analyze the swing?

Oskar Niklasson says:

Hm. Strange point about the tennis stroke. The racquet face is not pointing down into the ground when a topspin shot is struck. The face is always square to the ball path, top spin or slice, it doesn't matter. It is the swing path that produces spin.

Ben Holcombe says:

Someone who actually explains what "hit up on it" means. Thank you Clay!

Izzat Asnan says:

Okay im just slightly confused. So youre suppose to have a top spin on the ball to get more distance?

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