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Correcting a slice


Posted by David J.

I often slice the ball when teeing off any tips?
 
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The vast majority of recreational golfers have a slice — and it's horrible, a left-to-right sidespin that robs critical distance. But the causes are varied, requiring an appropriate fix for each particular cause. Sometimes it's an open face on the club head at impact, while other times it's an outside-to-in swing plane, and still others, a slice may be grip induced. A lesson with a legitimate PGA professional would be the best advise for truly eliminating a slice, but barring that, there are offset drivers, and drivers that are draw-biased that will also help combat the dreaded banana ball.
The golf instructors at Southern California Golf Schools can help. Contact them at http://www.southerncaliforniagolfschools.org or call them at 951 286-0027.
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