A different way to turn a slice into a draw.
The physics of a slice is uncomplicated. It happens because your club strikes the ball with the face pointing open in relation to the swing’s path. For right-handers, that means the clubface is pointing right of the path at impact – that’s it. What’s not so simple is the psychology behind why so many golfers struggle to prevent the ball from peeling off to the right of the target. I’ll skip my Freudian analysis of why you slice. Instead, here’s an unconventional, yet simple fix. It, too, is rooted in psychology.
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