It's Easy To Fix A Golf Slice
Submitted by: Mike Pedersen
Hitting the dreaded golf slice. Are you a victim of it? Have you tried to fix your golf slice but with no success? There are a couple of causes of a golf slice and using a training aid may be the answer.
The slice is caused by a your clubface coming across your ball at impact. Swiping it...instead of hitting directly behind the back of the ball. In fact hitting from the inside is something you might want to try to go the exact opposite as you are doing now.
The basic move a slicer does is coming "over-the-top" with the upper body before the lower body clears. This action causes an outside to in swing path, and the result is a side spin that creates the slice.
There are several training aids that can help you correct this move and fix your golf slice forever!
These training aids drill into your brain the correct move and the repeatable muscle memory to do it over and over again. Once your body feels the right way to do it, you will know how to correct it quickly when it happens again during play.
Another "quick fix" for a golf slice is your grip. Strengthening your left hand (for a right-handed) golfer will close the clubface at impact, instead of it being closed. The only issue here is if you still have that over the top move and your clubface is closed at impact, it will be a big pull.
Also, focusing on maintaining your exact spine angle and rotating around it will give you a good chance at solid ball contact. Rotating your upper body around a fixed spine angle (like a rotissery ) will keep you from coming over the top.
The slice can be a very frustrating ball flight to watch, but with a concerted effort and the right training aid, you will overcome it!
About the Author: About The Author: Mike Pedersen is one of the top golf performance experts in the country. He is the founder of 8 golf improvement websites. For reviews on training aids to quickly fix your golf slice, go to http://www.golfswingtrainingaid.com/fix-golf-slice.php
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