ONE OF THE CRITICAL moments in any golf swing is the transition from backswing to downswing. A lot of instruction in this phase of the swing is geared towards what the lower body is doing, which is important but doesn’t always fix a slice. To straighten out a slice, focus on getting your left arm moving in the proper direction as you start down. By doing this, your club will strike the ball with the path and face angle that produces solid contact and eliminates the slice. Here are a couple of things you can work on to improve your transition, with LPGA Tour rookie Therese Koelbaek demonstrating.
— WITH RON KASPRISKE
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