HOW TO CORRECT A SLICE IN GOLF

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This video is about how to correct a slice in golf. If you have ever wanted to know how to stop your slice then you mat want to try these two new strategies developed by Danny Maude.

They are helping a number of his clients hit much straighter and longer drives and are pretty simple.

Not only do you get the two strategies but he shows you exactly how you should practice them so that they stick.

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SUMMARY:
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3 Key Points

1. The body works on an axis. Practice in front of a mirror quite slowly at first to get the feel of how the body works. Most golfers move their body all over the place and thus struggle to get the necessary consistency

2. Left shoulder, arm and club form a straight line (1 lever) and holding that through impact helps to give you more control and power

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ABOUT DANNY
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Thanks for stopping by. I created this website as a resource just for you to support you on your golfing journey as I know how tricky learning this game can be…to say the least!

I personally found learning the game too long and difficult in the early days. I read all the books, watched all the videos but my game was not improving. Then after studying various forms of neuro science, motor learning, psychology and personal development in less than two years I went from struggling golfer to the final stage of the Open Championship.

On YouTube and my personal website (www.dannymaude.com) I will bring you the most up to date training, training that is getting tangible results for my clients right now. I don’t know where you are in your golfing journey, you could be just starting out or maybe your body isn’t as flexible as it once was or you’ve got ambitions to slash your handicap. Wherever you are I’ve created a place here you can learn, share your ideas, ask questions and get all the support you need to enjoy this great game.

See also  HOW TO HIT YOUR DRIVER DEAD STRAIGHT

Be prepared though. If its a quick fix you are after Im not your man. Here I will give you step-by-step advice that you can take straight to the practice ground and apply to the course but it will require you to get stuck in, screw up…a lot, practice some more and then watch those scores tumble

I’ve had the pleasure of coaching thousands of students all around the world and if you are up for the challenge and are ready to get in the game…LETS GO TO WORK!

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Comments

Mike Beck says:

Danny great training. I live in Pinehurst NC and am an avid golfer. My son-in-law has recently joined us from Ghana Africa. He has never played golf before. We were outside practicing after watching your training. Perfect lesson… he picked the swing up in an hour! We are looking forward to his first round of golf. Thanks

grymord says:

67y/o chronic slicer. Thank you, this works.Spent a week at home doing the drills desperate to give it a fair go. Out for a 9 hole social with wife. Impossible!! slice gone. Followed up with more golf and the slice is gone. After all these years and hours at the range, three different golf instructors it came down to my shoulders. Huge thank you from Australia Danny.

Michael Valdivia says:

Thank you for this good information. Does this also apply to irons, except the angle of attack changes (more descending)? / mv

David Kavanagh says:

Excellent video and advice, can't wait to try it out. Watched lots of videos on how to cure a slice and this one just seems to make a lot of sense. Thanks.

dtee06 says:

Danny -DJ Flights , Danny thank you for this instruction, I was considering just trying to go for a fade with my driver because I am so frustrated with a draw. Even then the fade would not be good, just a band-aid. I will start the drills at home and on the range . DJ I was told about moving the ball back some and I have failed to do that. I recently was told to do that to have better contact . Thank you for the reminder.

Andy Bennett says:

Great video Danny! It’s nice that you explain the mechanics behind the swing to me. I’ve always been “all arms” and not been able to swing properly. I have a massive slice on every club and have learned to play around it. However I’m miles behind on distance with everyone I play with and try to rip the skin of every shot to compensate for that.. making my slice even more pronounced. Is there anyway of sending you a video of my swing and getting some advice please. Many thanks

Michael Pope says:

I really enjoyed your video instructions. I Just found you on YouTube. One question, how should the driver face set at address? A little open, parallel with the ball, or slightly closed at address? I tend to fade or a baby slice.

Bryan Burrows says:

Hi Danny, for many years I have had single fig H/C, I stopped playing golf for 5-6 years. Now at age 66 I am ready to return to golf, and with my return came a slice, sometime a massive slice and on the occasion a solid hit. Your video has shown me exactly what I have been doing, both when hitting a bad shop and the reason I hit the good one. I have seen a teaching pro and his explanation on a number of issues both confused me and to a greater extent made me worse! From my self videos it is so easy to see exactly what you have so simply pointed out. The good shots clearly showed my left shoulder moving upwards, and a slight press action at set up making my hands forward of the ball. In the slice shots the opposite actions stood out as you predicted, making me realise what was happening oblivious to me but clearly there. Your KISS (keep it simple stupid) way of coaching has taken an age old complaint for over 80% of golfers today, simple to understand WHY and with simple exercises, realistically able to fix (with constant practice to make sure the technique becomes the norm) Thank You I will definitely subscribe and refer my friends to your videos.Cheers Bryan

Richard Wilson says:

I just started taking up the game at 53. You nailed the baseball/across the ball swing issue. Thanks for making an impossible issue a common sense problem which I can fix.

DJ-Flights says:

Thank you Danny, this really helped me almost overnight! I'm getting back into the game after only playing a bit when I was 18. I'm taking it more seriously this time and really want to learn to play well. I got a decent set of clubs and I'm redesigning my swing.

My slice wasn't so bad with irons but was terrible with drivers. Today I practiced the shoulder turn axis along with keeping the left arm & left shoulder working together. I also pivoted my right hand a little clockwise on the grip for a "strong grip" like some other videos mentioned. I did all 3 today and immediately noticed a difference at the driving range and when I played 18 holes after. It was almost miraculous. I stuck to the 5 wood and used the 3 wood a couple times. I think I only had 1-2 slices all day, and for the first time I actually hit left of where I was aiming a few times (from a lifetime of trying to anticipate the slice). Now I know to aim straight with these adjustments and that trying to compensate for a slice only makes it worse.

I will keep working at it. I hear the best way to fix a slice is to exaggerate these techniques for a little while to turn it into a hook. Then make it straight after that. (Instead of trying to go directly from a slice to a straight shot).

When driving, I also moved the ball more towards the middle of my stance like an iron, instead of at the front heal of the stance like other videos recommend for maximum power. Moving the ball just in front of middle gave me great results since the club's motion is still aimed forward at that point and not on its way to the left like at the front of the stance. My advice for other slicers is to temporarily ignore what the big hitters do and do not bother to drive the ball at the front heel position. Tee off with the ball at one inch in front of center until you master hitting it straight. Then you can gradually add power and "bomb" techniques later. Also don't try to crush it during play — master hitting it straight first and save bombing attempts for the driving range. Have fun all, and thanks again for this video Danny.

GUNALAN NALLIAH says:

Tq sir,very useful lesson

Jenno Vices says:

Excellent again Danny, very clearly and carefully explained …. I am using the tighter grip advice from Eric Corgono, but I will definitely go through your drills at the weekend …. my slice was an incredible banana shot a few weeks ago but now it appears to be straightening up, looking forward to getting to the range again to try out your tips.

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