BEST GOLF LESSON | Fix Every Flaw w/ 1 Key (Slice, Hook, Chunk, & More)

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So you’re struggling hitting shots heavy, thin, right, left and just about any other miss you can have.

Believe me, I’ve been there, too, and it’s no fun.

But there’s a solution to all of these problems. Once I found out how momentum affects the entire swing, I was able to fix any issue I found in my swing.

In this video you’ll discover how to master this key to the swing also.

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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Daniel Heyward says:

Leverage your lower body

ty mcclarty says:

Can I see contact please??

zoomzilla67 says:

Why do I want forward shaft lean? I would de loft the club and not get the ball flight I am looking for?

Jeffery Mueller says:

That has to be the best advice I've heard.. I am guilty of trying to finish where I start..thank you!

Julli Jul says:

Do you offer to look at golf swing on video which would be sent to you

Lt. Weinberg says:

Hey Clay – why do you set the plane through the elbows? thanks for the vids

Mike McNulty says:

Great video, really made sense and helped me.

Daron Lapping says:

great video coach!

TwoDopeWhales says:

Great video! I've been having just some inconsistencies with my swing and I really feel like this video helped just simplify the swing down and really explain what should go on in a good swing

Steve Larson says:

Great explanations!

lee carney says:

Great video and can't wait to put this into practice 👍🏻

Bajapalm says:

This really makes sense! Golf really is a game of opposites, great swing thoughts for staying on plane and building lag. Thanks!!

Thomas Siess Golf says:

4:55 saved my life, great video.

Phil Fye says:

fix all with 1 thoiught

Zachary Warner says:

Good stuff!

Mr. FatBasstard says:

Clay after many years of playing golf has a single-digit handicapper I can hardly par a hole anymore. My old driver swing took a crap load of strength and athleticism and produced 300+ drives.
At address the toe of my driver was 3 inches from the ball. You can take it from that description what moves it took for me to get to the ball and hit a consistent high slight draw.

I have been trying a textbook address, grip and swing and now I can barely stop topping the ball off the tee. I play in a group of about 20 guys and they all want to give me tips now! It's so bad I hardly even want to play golf anymore. Any suggestions other than selling 1,000's of dollars of equipment for next to nothing on eBay? I have tried slowing down but just spray the ball everywhere.

Donny Wilcox says:

hey clay great as usual …just got fitted for new irons …first time ever in 20yrs. of playing …always thought I was just standard length and lie …but was not …needed a flatter lie angle …my last set was a degree upright where I bought them used …always have hit a fade …but now with the new set I hit a draw …very pretty not a pull hook but a baby draw (10 to 15 yards tops) but like I said I have always hit and played a straight to fading shot ….so my question for you is …how or what can I do to practice lining up for the draw I now am getting …I know might sound like a little silly of a question but 20 years of hitting a fade …well lets just say I am fighting with alignment where I have always seen the shot drift right …but I am very pleased with my new irons and not upset about the draw I now produce …just hard get lined up ….any thougts

Sphinx681 says:

Gotta say this was simple yet informative and one of the best advice I've listen to so far!!! But I did practice with these thoughts in mind and it worked great in getting great it's off the ball but I was wondering how fast or slow should I go with my hips

Nils Hoffmann says:

Easy to understand and worked so well for me! such a nice impact on my terrible over-the-top Swing. Thanks and greetings from Germany 🙂


This guy is the best teacher I've seen so far!

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