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How To STOP Slicing Your Driver Golf Swing – 4 Crucial Tips!

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  1. Excellent golf video!!! I’m a left handed golfer and hit the ball solid but always have had a bad slice problem—onto the other green, into the houses, into the thick rough, into the trees. etc,,

    I corrected the slice problem right away (at driving range) by consciously slowing my swing and taking my arms/shoulders to the outside (like swatting away a fly with my back hand only to the outside) and making sure to strike the ball on inside. Everything goes straight or to right (Draw/hook)…Although not technically correct and probably knocking my distance off the tee—I no longer have that dreaded slice. I rather draw and hook my shots than slice. I know that sounds weird but having been a terrible slicing this is somewhat of a relief.

    Another thing I do is not to extend my arms at standing address so far out. I’ve learned through experience, if your arms are too far extended the chances are very slim that when striking the ball your arms will come back to the same spot. Most times, your arms will far short of the original address point, therefore, you’ll end up hitting the ball on the toe or outer face of the driver. This results in a bad slice!!!

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