Avoid Getting Golf Clubs Stuck Behind You!

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Do you get stuck in the downswing? Does your arm collapse as you come down causing you to come from way inside? This video on avoid getting golf clubs stuck behind you will help fix this issue. You will start rotating properly, stop those shanks, and be able to make the contact you need to get the distance you want! When we get this correct we can harness the power of lag! Let’s get started!

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 Comments

  1. I've heard so many people complain about "getting stuck." Not one of them has had any idea of what they're talking about and just want a professional type excuse why they hit a bad shot. The problems described here would only apply to Jim Fuyrk, as far as I can tell. Anyone who's got that much lag and late release would not have this problem. That type of swing does not happen accidentally. That's a very educated swing style.

  2. I never understood the shaft should go outside my hands before impact, I considered it kind of over top. In stead I dropped the clubhead under my hands which is apparently a stuck move, I considered that a desirable inside out move. So basically the swing path should be inside out, the club path goes from inside the hands in line with the right lower arm to outside the hands to the ball. As long as the clubhead remains inside the target line its not an over the top move?

  3. Clay, awesome video. These clips have totally gotten my game back on track. Quick (maybe stupid) question — when you say that we want to feel our right elbow moving forward in the downswing, do you mean forward towards the target, or forward, away from our body towards the golf ball?

    Thanks!

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