Uploaded by on November 20, 2014 at 6:09 am
Another great video golf tip from the National Golf Academy. www.nationalgolfacademy.ca.
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hey. I used to do the same thing with the driver. A common cause of the
slice is attacking the out side of the ball (this means that if your a
righty, your club face comes from the right side of the ball, which makes
you pull the club toward you). This puts left to right spin on the ball,
causing a slice. Try attacking from the inside of the ball. Also, try to
extend your follow through, rather than pulling the club up immediately
after you make contact. This worked for me
Great!!! Thank you!
im like a midhandicap and i dont slice like every hit and they dont slice
completly just they dont go straight they start off straight then they
start going to the right i dont know how to fix this.
Follow this video, what he is saying is true, some people does not square
the club face, so try to release it faster. Even though you have been
playing for 1 year, you cannot fix it that fast, I have been playing for
over 8 years and I still have a slight fade (small version of a slice) I am
still working on this.
Good tip. I`ll give it a try tomorrow at the range.
@coldasicce More explanation on out-to-in swing…
this guy’s got no clue at all. i hope he’s no longer teaching that mess.
This messed up my swing i started to hook after this.
no, not exactly.
Glad it helps We use this drill tons with our golf academy. The strategy is
to keep doing the drill until you hook everything, then gradually move your
bottom hand up until you have your normal grip.
yh try to not open the iron(driver) keep it forward do the other stuff if u
want to slice … and if it was windy and you shooted up into the wind then
it slices or hookes
Thank you! I can see the point of this, and can’t wait to try it out.
It took me about five years to fix my slice. I didn’t use this drill but i
fixed it using the same concept. I finally figured out after lots and lots
of trial and error that I wasn’t turning my hands over at impact. So I
started making myself over-do-it and hitting hooks out on the range and
worked my way back to find a happy medium. After a while I started hitting
them straight with a little draw even! I wish I saw this video a long time
ago and it would’ve taken 5 minutes instead of five years
Great lesson….this helped me a great deal to get the proper release.
sliced the piss outta my drives and long irons today, thats what brought me
here Trying this tomorrow at the range. Golf’s a hell of a drug!
SO YOU ARE SAYING TO USE THIS GRIP ALL THE TIME ? OR JUST UNTIL YOU CURE
YOUR SLICE ? caps off
tip for release: relax the right hand and use the left right hand=30% power
left hand=70%power choking the club with your right hand will either be an
over the top, or a BIG slice
this is great if you are an experienced golfer but if you want to cure a
slice fast swing a baseball bat a few time and it will make your hands
release like this
i hope it helps, i can hit sw-7i but any lower and a wicked slice kicks in
it’s mind boggling
This is great. Does anyone know how to stay in your stance. I tend to stand
up in my stance in my release and shank the ball….Any takers???
He lies, everyone knows there is no possible way to hit a golfball
perfectly straight. need to make videos about “controlling the slice” .
Heck PGA players dont always hit is straight. The only difference between
them and a hack like me, is they know how to recover from bad shots. No me,
I just smash things and slice the next ball 3 fairways over. Life is good !
And the ‘slice tendency’ he’s talking about, is *easilly* removed with a
proper grip or hand alignment (strong grip or bowed left wrist going
trought the ball).
yh can u report to me how it works on the driver plz thx
@coldasicce I had the same problem (no slice w/irons, big slice with
driver). I was swinging too hard when teeing off. When you swing too hard
you PULL the driver down rather than let it swing down naturally, and you
create an “Out-to-In” swing (meaning your arms come in toward your body on
release). This prevents the club face from closing completely (square to
ball). When I slowed my swing to 75% speed – NO SLICE!! With practice I was
able to increased my swing speed back to 100%
that drill makes no sense!!
natural golf type of grip?
didnt help at all made my slice worse
Thanks just what I needed to see!