3 Tips To Drive Straight

3 Tips To Drive Straight

administration | February 22 - 2018

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How would you like to hit a straighter drive?! How do we stop from blocking out right or left? For those looking to get maximum carry, this video on 3 Tips To Drive Straight 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. If you’re looking to get straighter shots off the tee, we'll cover a cool drill to combat this, 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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45 thoughts on “3 Tips To Drive Straight”

  1. Thanks for this. I prefer to focus on rhythm and tempo rather than the technical aspects. I just hit it better when I’m focusing on being smooth and easy.

    1. Great video content! Apologies for the intrusion, I am interested in your initial thoughts. Have you heard about – Paneevelyn Swinging Clubsman (erm, check it on google should be there)? It is an awesome one off product for revealing an effortless golf swing technique minus the headache. Ive heard some incredible things about it and my friend Sam after a lifetime of fighting got amazing results with it.

  2. I love these videos. I’m having a really hard time of letting go of and releasing the driver at the bottom of my swing. I’m fighting a slice to some big cut’s. My grip is very strong, my shoulders are closed at address. I swing through with my left side but tend to strike the ball with an open to slightly open face because I’m holding on to the lag too long. I can’t seem to develop that timed release. My driver has always been a fade shot. My swing coach says it looks like a check swing in baseball. Show us a practice drill to help develop that timing needed to hit square at the bottom.

    1. Hi Maci
      Thank you for your comment. Sounds like a lot going on there but thank you for the tip we can try to get a video out there like that.

  3. Clay, I like very much your approach to golf instruction but I don’t really visualize this arms-body connection advice/drill of this video. I do understand it in the backswing but not in the downswing. The way I see it, based on what I’ve learned from your videos, in the backswing everything is moving more or less together but the downswing starts with the lower body, then upper body and lastly arms, etc. Therefore, in order to sequence the downswing, there must be a disconnection between arms and body. If I’m right, how this matches with this video?

    1. Hi Jose
      Thank you for your question and thank you for your kind words. Think of as a reaction sequence in your downswing. Your lower body releases then your upper body reacts creating speed on the downswing. Hope that helps and keep up the good work!

    2. When you first hammered a nail did anyone tell you how to do it, or did you just do it?  Did you analyze the hammer hitting the nail? No, you just did it. Same  with hitting a ball, This guy is a great teacher who is trying to teach us how to hit the nail on the head with the tools in our hands – and he is doing a fine job. It is not complicated and he is doing a great job as a teacher. I love this game and respect a Man like this.

    1. Hi 4evergames, that’s awesome! Keep up the hard work! Play well ~ Quentin | TSG Instructor

  4. Question, would the fundamentals in this video also apply to most other clubs? Light grip, slow tempo, keeping the club in front of the body?

    1. Hi Mike, yes sir. The swing mechanics are basically the same. The only difference with the driver is that you’re impacting the ball when the driver is on it’s way up. Play well ~ Quentin | TSG Instructor

    2. Thanks. My miss is usually a pull or hook, so I think that when that happens, my arms are getting stuck behind when I try to rotate my lower body too fast, and I am flipping thru impact.

    3. Hi Mike, that is certainly a possibility but it is hard to say without seeing your swing. Assuming you’re right handed, check your right elbow as you start down. If it is behind your shirt seam then you are likely getting a little stuck and then trying to save it at the end by flipping your hands through. Play well ~ Quentin | TSG Instructor

    1. Hi Richard, you can apply this video from the left side as well. The swing mechanics for left handed players are the same as for right handed golfers. Play well ~ Quentin | TSG Instructor

  5. Instant fix! And it worked with all my clubs. I wish I would have came across this video in May, versus August. All summer long I’ve been hitting shots off the toe. I adjusted my tempo and tried to keep the club in front of my chest, and kept a light grip. Everything felt so smooth and I made contact with the sweet spot each time. Out of a 60 ball bucket, maybe 2 or 3 shots were thin. Thank you so much.

    1. Hi Sam, glad you liked the video. That’s a great improvement. Keep up the hard work! Play well ~ Quentin | TSG Instructor

    1. Hi Devon, thanks for the comment. I actually don’t work out unless you count lifting food to my face. It’s all completely natural. Play well ~ Quentin | your friendly neighborhood TSG instructor

    1. Hi David, I agree, there really isn’t anything in this video that are new ideas. Sometimes it is best just to keep it simple. Not everyone knows this stuff. Hope you are playing well! All the best ~ Quentin | TSG Instructor

  6. Saw your video, practiced in the garage and took it to the course the next morning and never have I hit the ball so consistently. Thanks for simple tip, it is just what I needed.

    1. Hi, that’s great! Glad that the video was able to work well for you. Keep up the hard work! ~ Quentin | TSG Instructor

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