How to Hit the Ball Then The Turf With Your Irons

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How would you like to make perfect contact in golf? How do we hit the ball and the ground at the same time? For those looking to make consistent swings, this video on How to Hit the Ball Then The Turf With Your Irons 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 tips and why this kind of contact is necessary, 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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Bryan Erck says:

Hi Clay,

For this drill were you focusing on the white line and a divot happens to occur after it, or were you focusing on where you wanted the divot to be?

anthony tomasiello says:

Man what a great lesson. Hell I used to chunk everything even my putter off the apron. This video is awesome and I realize what I'm doing wrong and can't wait for this damn winter to be over so I can try this. Thanks so much.

Kathy Chavis says:

Great tips going to try this

name last says:

It always is real excitement for me to watch your video. Thanks for inspirational tips.

pigslefats says:

In my opinion:1. Set up with sternum above or slightly ahead of ball.2. Hands slightly ahead of ball at impact.3. Rotate through shot. Ensure right shoulder moves out, down and forward through impact.

Kurt Justin says:

Hey Clay, I now have a new right ankle ..getting back into Golf.. I'm getting compression on the irons.. BUTT.. so much digging up a lot of turf.. stops my follow thru..

Steve Fowler says:

Excellent drill…I'm a pretty good ball striker but my angle of attack is naturally a bit steep and I want to shallow it out a bit and I think this drill may be a good one for that too…GREAT tip on the Dr. Scholls spray…that will come in handy at the range.

NAGA says:

Thanks Clay for your instructional clip, I will go and try this drill out and I won't have smelly feet either,,

GOLF MAN says:

Really helpful thank you

adam Shortnacy says:

Clay your as good an instructor as you are at replying back at your viewers. This has been one of my biggest problems I've been working on to overcome. I've had many that I've been working on one at a time. I've been stuck on this one for a while I've known what my problem was just couldn't find much info how to overcome it. This video though has helped me make huge progress. I played several years ago and got out of the game but in my return progress has been so much faster because I can see a problem get on YouTube and watch guys like yourself showing and telling me what I need to do to correct it. Thanks for your videos I'm subscribing today and look forward to summer to take new knowledge from some great players that I didn't have in the past. I'm older but I'm defenently wiser

King Brian of knocknasheega says:

this mistake usually turns golf clubs into helicopter propellers when I'm playing golf. It's soul destroying. Thanks for another great video. From Northern Ireland.

Choco says:

Another deceiving instruction ! Helpless drill without knowing the graal of the swing

sabr686 says:

Good instruction, Clay.

Dustan Bratton says:

Great video! This is something is struggle with. Consistent downward ball striking. Especially since I changed my swing! Hopefully this drill can help!

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