How can I kill my golf slice?

scottdman2003 asked:

I’m not talking about a slight fade. This thing at times is a killer cork screw shot.

I seem to be able to cure a lot of it by rolling my left hand over further on top of the club in my grip, and taking more time in my swing.
But right at the most inopportune moment. I hit the ball and it lands 80 yards to right of where I was aiming.

7 thoughts on “How can I kill my golf slice?”

  1. I’m no expert, but I know what worked for me…Now without being able to see your swing, I can only tell you what worked for me. I started making sure that the club head was closed and remaining closed at the moment of impact, by rotating my right hand on top (right hand swing). Also made sure I was hitting down and threw the ball. I also struggled awhile and still do, with trying not to kill it and have the club do the work. The last thing I do is make sure I have a good follow through. Not to mention, keep my eye on the ball. Good luck.

  2. Try putting the ball farther in front of your stance (just ahead of your front foot). If it still fades your not getting the club head square at impact, so maybe your not turning your hands over or continuing to follow through so your right arm goes over your left after impact.

  3. ben hogan said in the book hogan if you hit it right aim right and you will learn how to correct it and youll hit it straight

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