The term slice is used to describe the flight of a golf ball when it curves from left to right for a right handed player, and from right to left for a left handed player. It is the most common ball flight error in the game and the one shot I spend most of my time correcting with new students. In this video I will show you how to fix your slice.

I have found the main reason people hit the is shot is due to a lack of understanding about what swing mechanics produce the shot and thus the best way to go about correcting this ball flight. In this video I explain what is happening with the club face and swing path and how they effect the ball flight, as well as some drills you can use to straighten out your own ball flight.

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