Know Your Path To Fix Your Slice


If You Always Slice, We have Your Fix

A pattern we often see with our Students involves the handle of the club as it travels back on the take away and what the clubface is doing during this time.

As you can see in the example with the help of our new overlay feature, Bryan has taken the club back twice, but they are vastly different in position.
Someone who slices will have their club in the position that is out and to the right. Also notice his hands are away from his body.

Tocorrect this Bryan brings back the handle of the club closer to his body, and notice how the clubhead is now left of his body at the same
point in the backswing.

Bringing your hands back closer to your body promotes an in-to-out swing path and helps close the face at impact so you can start hitting draws.

Using our new overlay feature, we demonstrate a backswing that is out and away from the body, versus a backswing that
is in and close to the body

Slice Fix Drill Promoting More In-To-Out Club Path

After taking your normal address position, extend your trail wrist as much as you can
and make sure the club face is pointing down towards the ground.
As you continue your backswing, make sure you keep the handle of the club close to
your body as you rotate back. At this point make sure the club face is pointing away from
your target.
Take a couple practice swings before introducing a ball. When you do start hitting balls,
expect your initial shots to hook (curve left for right handed golfers) until you get the feel
for this new swing motion.

On the backswing, make sure the face
of the club is pointing down and keep the
handle of your club close to your body.

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