How To Fix A Slice In Golf
Slicing of the ball is frequent in golf, especially for the beginners and seasoned golfers. Alignment is very crucial as far as sliced shot is concerned. Admittedly, not many golfers are aware of the parallax effect which happens on the tee. Often, golfers presume that the club is aimed at the target, when in reality it is aligned to the right. In order to avoid slicing shots, golfers need to be positioned in such a manner that they are parallel to the target, and see to it that clubface and the ball are lined to the target. Here are the steps that will help to address this issue completely:
Use your left hand to grip the club. Ensure that your hands are positioned in such a manner that the thumb faces down the shaft, then place the right hand on top of your left thumb. Again, the right thumb should face down the shaft. Once you have the right grip, be sure that you will square the club on impact.
With your feet placed slightly apart and standing about two feet away from the ball, address the ball. The ball should be in such a manner that it is teed-up just in the left heel.
With the clubhead aligned to the target, position your body in such a manner that it is behind the ball. Keep your eyes on the target. Then aim the clubface and ensure that your body is in place. Also, remember to position your shoulders and hips parallel to the target.
While maintaining the same triangle that you made at address, start your backswing. Remember to move your arms, hands and shoulders together. At the halfway, ensure that the club is parallel to the target.
Ensure that the clubhead is positioned backwards and that your left arm is straight. Turn your shoulders in a way that your back faces your target. Your hips should be at about sixty five degrees. The clubface needs to be square at the top of a backswing.
During your downswing, your head should be behind the ball and quite. And at the impact, your hands should be slightly ahead. Finish with a complete follow through after shifting your weight to your left from your right side. Also, ensure that the clubface is square at the point of impact.
Fixing a slice in golf is not as hard as most people perceive. For the experienced golfers, this is something easy to achieve. But, you too as beginner can learn how to fix a slice. All you need to do is to follow the above five steps.
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