Do You Want an EFFORTLESS GOLF SWING? Here are 3 drills

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Do You Want an EFFORTLESS GOLF SWING? Here are 3 drills

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29 thoughts on “Do You Want an EFFORTLESS GOLF SWING? Here are 3 drills

  1. I actually tried keeping my right elbow tucked at the range today, and had poor results. I was mistaken in thinking it had to be tight to my side all the way through the swing, but now realize it’s only on the downswing that it should come in tight. Really glad I watched this when I did!

    1. Because I slice the ball a lot I’m always trying to keep my right arm tucked in but now I’m going to try and swing and not worry about the my arm until I’m coming down with the club.

  2. Thank you Clay. I’ve been golfing over 15yrs and hardly break 80 and expecting better results every time. I bought new clubs, balls, outfits and that didn’t help. After watching your videos, especially the drills that you’ve made so easy to follow, I shot 75 on the course I normally shot in the 80s. Your instructions were very easy to follow. You are my best online folf instructor. Thank you again for your help.

  3. 120 + mph club head speed, really!?! Handicap golfers are nowhere near that and cannot relate to what your explaining when your hitting the driver over 300 plus yards, starting to think this is not relatable and need to look elsewhere for help

    1. Hi Don, I understand for sure. We have found that the same things that help someone go from 110 to 120 mph will help someone go from 90 to 100 mph. Give it a try and find out. The worst thing that can happen is that you’ll be right back where you started. I’m confident that won’t happen 🙂 Play well! Quentin | TSG Instructor

    2. @Top Speed Golf – Clay Ballard I have tried and I work on constant improvement and this is why I study these videos is to improve. When Clay can literally chop, half hit or even miss hit a drive further (275 yds) than most all of us can actually hit a drive (avg 220-230) it is not relatable.

    3. @DJ Stellmon The videos and techniques plus tips he gives are very good, his results are what is tough to digest. When you can hit your Sunday best (250-260) its nowhere near that kind of power. His teaching is primarily for all of us handicap golfers.

    4. @Don S You’re focusing on the wrong part. Don’t worry about the distance, worry about the technique. The distance will come. In bowling we say: make your spares, the strikes will come. Practice the technique and when you get it down you will see the increase in distance. It all translates whether you hit it 200 or 300. Good luck

  4. I have a habit of locking my legs and making a jerky swing. I like the mental visual of getting my hands a little higher and keeping my legs a little more separated.

  5. I was looking at some super slow motion swings and it appeared the lag had ended by the time the face impacted the ball . Is that true? What I mean is, in time lapse photos the hands do not appear to be ahead of the club face at the moment of impact.

    1. Hi Glenn, the max lag position is usually about when the lead arm is parallel to the ground in the downswing. That’s about when the club is starting to release. The club head doesn’t overtake the hands until the Straight-Line release position is is usually about 45 degrees in front of impact for better players (where the club splits the forearms). If you’re just breaking it down as to when the club head passes the hands from left to right then what you’re seeing is pretty much correct. Play well! Quentin | TSG Instructor

    1. @Top Speed Golf – Clay Ballard Oh no argument there. Just wished I had taken this game up when i was still in high school rather than wait until I was almost 30.

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