Share it with your friends Like

Thanks! Share it with your friends!




This video is about How To STOP Slicing Your Driver Golf Swing – 4 Crucial Tips! For more golf tips and drills please make sure to check out For more golf lessons and instructions please click the “Show More” button below.




✅ 3-Time SW Florida PGA teacher of the year winner!
✅ 27 year Class A PGA Member
✅ David Leadbetter Golf Academy director for 13 years
✅ Conducted corporate outings all over the world
✅ Numerous appearances on Golf Channel
✅ Taught numerous that have competed on PGA, LPGA, PGA Champions Tour, and Canadian Tour


How To STOP Slicing Your Driver Golf Swing – 4 Crucial Tips!:

Improve Golf Swing Path:

Rory Mcilroy Swing Analysis:

Jordan Spieth Swing Analysis:

rick shiels golf estes golf swing me and my golf top speed golf
clay ballard

See also  Titleist TS2 v TS3 v 917 I Driver Test I Golf Monthly


Scratch Golf Academy says:


수리수리마수리 says:

thanks ^♡^

W R Butler says:

One thing that confuses me……how do you keep such a strong grip and closed club face without de-lofting the driver? I’m having a difficult time getting the ball up in the air. So my drives do one of two things…..either a nice high ascend that slices, or a low line drive “gopher killer” that bolts dead center.

Leland Hopkins says:

PS…The drill you showed, where to move the club head forward 1st, then take the club back and fill the top of the back swing..I've incorporated that swing in my practice swing with all my clubs, just to remind me, where I'm at, and tempo motion…..

Leland Hopkins says:

Hi Adam, I saw one video on driver you did, with one tee by itself, behind the driver, for swing path improvement, which the object was to hit the frist, then hit tee with ball..So what I tried, Instead of having my club head directly behind tees up ball, I took my same stance, but moved the club head about 4 inches back, then took my normal swing….For what ever reason, I hit the ball further and straighter which I was working on…My normal flight is from left to right, anywhere from a baby fade, to 20-30 yards which is manageable for me…Can you try this out, and let us know what you think….I'm thinking, with that extra space, somewhere my clubs getting square for a pretty much stright shot…..Anyway great video….Congradulation on our videos, sometimes I see 1/2 million hits, I'm pretty sure that's the most, I've seen anywhere……Leland (18 Handicapper )

Peter Beames says:

Very very very good advice not bad for an Englishman.You have a tremendous handle on how to swing a club even though you never competed! Zcongratulations great advice! Peter beames

Kinetic-Kutz says:

The last tip starting with your hips already kicked out, it looked like your drive went wide right. Is that what you were going for? So then you can practice and avoid hitting the ball with the hips kicked out like that?

Simon Baum says:

I went from a 36 handicapper, down to 7.4 in just over 12 months, mainly from focusing, and concentrating on Adam's videos, and putting the drills into practice…. Thanks to Adam! Legend of Golf!

John Creet says:

I don't normally have a problem slicing my driver – unless occasionally it is a push slice – but something made me watch this. I am glad I did because I do have a problem with a severe in to out club path and your demonstration of what happens when you slide your hips too far forward (which I do) really resonated with me.

Bruce Koyano says:

Do you evaluate swing videos? I would help on my swing, please let me know if you can help my swing out, Thank You

Hista Miini says:

Thnx Adam, your videos have been helpful and simplified. Specially that hip bump video corrected My driver swing. Thumbs up!!!

L M 63 says:

These videos are truly valuable to golfers who are trying to improve their game. Driving the ball is my biggest flaw. It’s a game of feel and repetition and these tips are not only helpful but they’re unique. Thank you for the lesson.

Michael Brown says:

I really enjoy your videos and always find value in them. That being said I literally find it next to impossible to swing a driver to the right and not sure why. I go thru phases where I am driving the ball well, usually straight, then trend back towards a fade ( i rarely hit a complete slice). I don't have a high swing speed so because I can't draw the ball and get extra yardage my second shot usually requires a 4i or 5i , making pars hard to come by. Trying to control a driver clubface is not an easy thing that's for sure it can be very frustrating and deflating at times… tough club but the pros sure make it look easy 🙂

Diggz11 says:

Could have used this yesterday. Lol keep up the good work

Write a comment