Whether you are struggling with a nasty golf slice or terrible golf hook, you want to start hitting the golf ball consistently straight. This video covers:
What is a golf slice? A slice is a golf shot that curves to the right for a right-handed golfer, and to the left for a left-handed golfer
What is a golf hook? A hook is a golf shot that typically is lower in trajectory and curves to the left for a right-handed golfer, and to the right for a left-handed golfer
Tips to fix your slice or hook – swing within yourself. Even PGA Tour professionals are not swinging at their maximum swing speed, instead opting for more accuracy over maximum driver distance. Next, a couple setup tips to help you get your path working in the right direction to help you fix your slice or hook.
Drills to fix your slice or hook – for most amateur golfers, the source of a slice or hook starts in the beginning of the back swing, in the initial golf takeaway. Using a tee or the back of your hand, you can start guiding your swing more properly in the backswing to keep your club face in a better position.
How to hit your golf driver straight – we give you a simple tip to help you stop slicing your drives and start finding more fairways (and more power), and it has nothing to do with your golf swing!
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