In this video, PGA GOLF PRO Rick Shiels takes your through the COMPLETE fix your slice guide so you never need to hit that dreaded shot again!


If you're struggling with a slice in your golf game, there are several quick and easy fixes you can implement to help straighten out your shots. Here are some tips to help you eliminate the slice:

1. Check Your Grip

A grip that is too weak (hands turned too far to the left for a right-handed golfer) can promote a slice. Make sure your grip is neutral or slightly strong.

2. Alignment

Check your alignment to ensure your feet, hips, and shoulders are parallel to the target line. Proper alignment can help you swing more on the correct path.

3. Swing Path

A slice is often caused by an out-to-in swing path. Focus on swinging from the inside to the target line, which helps eliminate the side spin that causes a slice.

4. Setup

Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and your weight balanced.

Tilt your spine slightly away from the target to promote an inside-out swing path.

5. Open Clubface

Make sure your clubface is square to slightly closed at impact. An open clubface contributes to a slice.

6. Fix Your Posture

Maintain a good posture with a natural spine angle and slight knee flex. Avoid hunching over the ball.

7. Rotation

Initiate your downswing with your hips and lower body, then allow your upper body to follow. This promotes an inside-out swing path.

8. Shorten Your Backswing

A long backswing can lead to overcompensation on the downswing, causing a slice. Focus on a compact, controlled backswing.

9. Practice Slow Swings

Practice slow-motion swings to ingrain the feeling of a proper swing path and clubface position.

10. Strengthen Core Muscles

A strong core helps you maintain better balance and control throughout your swing.

11. Visualization

Visualize hitting a straight shot before you swing. Positive visualization can help you align your mind with your desired outcome.

12. Video Analysis

Record your swing and review the footage to identify any swing flaws that may contribute to a slice.

13. Be Patient

Don't expect instant results. Implementing changes takes time and practice.

14. Seek Professional Instruction

Consider taking lessons from a golf instructor who can diagnose your specific swing issues and provide tailored solutions.

Slicing is a common issue that many golfers face. By addressing these key areas and practicing consistently, you can eliminate the slice and enjoy more accurate and enjoyable rounds of golf.

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