Hey, Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. I don’t always slice the ball, but when I do, I make sure it goes out of bounds…three fairways over…but I want to stop slicing the golf ball in today’s video.
The slice. Just saying it brings up disgusting images that trigger my gag reflex. Does the thought of a slice make your stomach turn? No? How about the thought of buying balls for $50 a dozen and then spraying them over the fence like you’re playing ollie, ollie ox-en free on a Sunday afternoon.
Stop Slicing the Golf Ball
Here’s how we begin the process of getting rid of nausea and stop slicing;
- Find a wall (it can be in your house if you have room or outside)
- Set up to it, so it runs down your target line
- Take the club back (slowly) so as not to damage the wall and create instant panic.
- Take your club to the top of your swing.
- And as you come down, make sure the club doesn’t come over the top and hit the wall.
- It should come down inside the wall and into impact
Most slices are caused by coming over the top in the downswing, which would see a swing come from the inside on the backswing to coming way over the top, which would hit our wall on the way down into impact. Stop hitting the wall; stop slicing the ball.
Until next time, keep it simple.
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