Get Rid of Your Slice

Just can’t seem to get rid of the pesky slice and longing for more accurate and powerful shots on the golf course?

When you slice your clubface is open at impact.

To fix this, you need to begin with the basics of gripping the club and good wrist action. Golfers will often overlook these fundamentals for swinging the golf club. This is the one of the first things good players learn.

First, ensure you're gripping the club properly to help square up the clubface. Keep your hands relaxed and let the club rest in your fingers, not your palms. Holding the club in your palms inhibits your hand action and makes it harder to square up the clubface at impact.

Next, focus on loading and hinging your wrists during the backswing. This motion stores energy for a powerful release and lets you unload and square up the clubface as you strike the ball. This action creates a fantastic release, resulting in solid, straight shots without that frustrating slice.

If you don’t hinge and unhinge your wrists properly, you’ll end up scooping the ball with a weak impact position leaving the clubface wide open, leading to a slice!

Click the link below for the complete lesson and you’ll be on your way to getting rid of that slice!

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