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You want a better golf swing right? We all do! Are you going to see an instructor? Are you going to catch some quick tip videos? Have you noticed that when you practice for how better your swing is on camera, it actually installs distance killing habits? If you’re looking to keep your distance and gain even more, this video on How Golf Lessons Kill Your Distance is for you. We have the golf swing and your total game broken down to the 5 Real Fundamentals in the Top Speed Golf System. In this video I’ll cover how modern instruction has been leaving you with a camera quality swing, but killing your distance, and your over all game, while improving key Real 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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5 thoughts on “How Golf Lessons Kill Your Distance

  1. Yes this instruction goes against everything that I’ve learned on consistent and accurate tee shots. I think the key is to practice this because when I try this on the course and try to go for more it always goes bad. Like almost miss the ball bad. I call it coming out of my shoes swing. But ya I think with practice, this can be good.

  2. What I am trying to do is to take a couple of practice swings with relaxed hands, arms, and shoulders, swing as fast as I can: have a fast backswing, fast downswing, fast release, fast followthrough, and fast finish. Then I will take ons swing, with or without a ball with relaxed hands, arms, and shoulders, do the opposite: smooth backswing, smooth downswing, smooth release, smooth followthrough, and smooth finish. Even with a smooth swing, my fast twitch muscles from my practice swings is still activated.

  3. uh-oh you can’t be changing the status quo and giving tips from a the traditional swing, don’t forget narrow stances of the old timers too promote hip turn. What are your thoughts on one swing for all clubs as with Jack Nicklaus. bobby jones etc, hitting nearly every shot off the inside of the lead heel, i know Jones narrowed his stance instead of moving the ball. What are your thoughts on hitting a driver as like a long iron shot but placing the ball on further forward inline with your big toe so getting it on the up ?

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