Can You Slice With A In to Out Club Path

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Can You Slice With A In to Out Club Path. More golf Q&A with AskGolfGuru PGA professional Mark Crossfield. Mark talks about slicing the golf ball and if you can slice the ball with a in to out club path. Play your best golf with Marks simple and easy to follow golf tips, drills and fun videos.

19 thoughts on “Can You Slice With A In to Out Club Path

  1. Another great video and explanation from Mark imho. We all know Mark is a numbers, numbers and more numbers guy at heart. Recently I decided to take his advice and "get on a launch monitor". I actually purchased the GC2+HMT and not only do I now totally understand what Mark is talking about, I can totally see it for myself. It doesn't matter what swing path you have, a slice or hook (with varying degrees) is possible depending on "face angle in relation to path at the time of collision"; it really is that simple. Bubba Watson also totally understands this as is evident by his ability to make the ball do totally crazy things; at will and on purpose mind you.
    Before I had my launch monitor I was having a lot of trouble trying to get the ball to draw with my driver. But with the launch monitor showing me the collision conditions, and using Mark's knowledge as an additional guide, I was able to begin hitting varying degrees of draws (on purpose) within 30 short minutes of getting it set up. And my handicap is dropping quickly as a result of this.
    Mark, you are an awesome instructor with a vast amount of knowledge, and we as your "students" are so lucky that you have decided to share it online. I think I can safely say for a lot of people that your down-to-earth, no bullshit and buzzwords approach is very effective and much appreciated. As always… Thanks again.

  2. @Mark Crossfield If questioner means it starts left of target sometimes then curves to the right then in swing direction he has to be swinging left of target sometimes assuming a more centred strike out of the face. If he means it always starts right of target then curves further right it's a push slice. Or sometimes he may be hitting out of the neck of a metal, hybrid or driver.

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