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Slicing

Slice no more with some help the pros! Find your golf slice cure with our three easy fixes, glove secrets and other expert advice.



Slice: Rights, Boomers And Flares

Discover which slice is yours, then leave it forever

Slice: Rights, Boomers And FlaresGolf Fact #1: There are millions of golfers who have never hit a hook, but there isn’t a single player alive who hasn’t at one time or another sliced the ball. Why? Think of it this way: In terms of golf survival, the mother of all musts is getting the ball into the air—it’s the first and by far the most important problem you must solve. And to get the ball airborne, many golfers feel the need to chop down on the ball with an open clubface and with a very steep approach. While this technique works well as in “Houston, we have liftoff,” the joy in the control room is short-lived because while steepness is your friend during liftoff, it’s your enemy during the rest of the flight, imparting too much sidespin on the golf ball.

Stop Coming Over The Top

To fix golf's most common flaw, find out what's causing it

Stop Coming Over The TopIt's a phrase heard on driving ranges, tee boxes and fairways nationwide. “I’m coming over the top.” It’s a lament as common as “I’m lifting my head” or “I’m swinging too fast.” And as hard as golfers try to correct this fault, most endure little success.

Break The Ice

Break The IceThe majority of my new students fight a slice. That is, they tend to leave the clubface open at impact. An open clubface will impart left-to-right sidespin on the ball regardless of the path on which your club travels through the hitting zone. If you struggle with a slice, you know how frustrating the game can be. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be that way.

Slice Killers!

Quick tips to help eliminate the dreaded banana ball once and for all

Slice Killers!Ever wonder what causes a slice to curve?

Battle Of The Bend!

Learn How To kill A Hook Or Slice—Immediately!

Battle Of The Bend!In golf, there are really two kinds of players: those who bend the ball predominantly to the left and those who bend it to the right.

 
 
 
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