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This week Chris answers a comment via Youtube on how to correct a push slice with the driver

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Me and My Son Fun Raising Him says:

I push sliced every single shot and had an amazing repeating of this clustering 92 of 100 balls within 10 yard diameter circle at 215 doing this clustered me much much more straight and added 30 to 40 yards onto my distance thank you for the amazing video help

Jace Cole says:

When do you release the wrist, as you hit the ball?

Jordan D says:

This just might be the tip I needed! excited to try it on the range tomorrow

Gimpzorgaming says:

I had this same issue yesterday (why I'm looking at these videos.) Come to find out, I was lining up out of no where with the mall middle of stance with my driver. Moved it back to being off of my lead heel, and the push fade/ block was gone. Hopefully for some of you, it was just ball position like it was for me. I wasn't allowing the face time to get square basically

Evan Purdy says:

1 thousandth like!

Shane Deel says:

I’m starting 45 degree right and then slicing another 50-75 yards right. I have to aim at a 45 degree to the left out of bounds to get the ball to end up at the right edge of fairway

Jason Youn says:

Chris, another ace of a video! I just tried this at the range and it worked

Frank Mckenzie says:

Brilliant just got back playing again after a 6 week lay off i'm push slicing, blocking this will help thanks Chris

Mike Wazowsky says:

3:52 Make it drop thats some wet

Karen Eaton says:

Very good ..thanks. Will try it today on my course in Augusta and let you know if it worked. Michael

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