Stop the Slice

Quite the Chap breaks down the easiest way to correct those “slash and burn” swings that lead to sliced shots. He’s using the HackersRx, a complete training solution that fits in our golf back. Check out our Deal of the Week to get your own HackersRx Trainer.

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2 Responses to Stop the Slice

  1. Ron Sisson March 29, 2018 at 6:47 am #

    Hi Colby,

    The unfortunate truth is: Never in the entire history of the game has an outside in swing path caused a slice. It can and does contribute to the development of a slice but the laws of physics — which do not like to be defied — dictate that the only thing that has ever caused a slice is a club face that is one and one half or more degrees open to whatever path the golfer happens to have. When you “fix” a slicer’s outside in path and make it an inside out path, all you’ve done is changed their pull slice and turned it into a push slice. Instead of their slice ending up 20 yards right, it ends up 40 yards right. Oops!

    • Al Pedersen April 2, 2018 at 5:21 pm #

      I think Ron‘s comment is correct. If the grip and left arm take away are incorrect it’s difficult to square up the face at impact. Also, if the head is laid open at take away that can also be A problem. Suggestions for fixing this set of problems?

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