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Qwado says:

I stop my slice and hit a fucking massive draw lmaooo

Julie Rader says:

Great advice!! TY!!

Jack Norton says:

Would this be the same for irons?

Andrew Niddrie says:

Going to the range today to practice this out! I’ll get back on the progress πŸ˜‰

Sethro TV says:

Good advice. Also practice exaggerating low inside follow through and also the opposite high and open. When you feel both extremes you'll find a happy medium and hit it mostly dead straight


Good tip I’ll practice on the driving range πŸ‘πŸ½

Turanga Tohiariki says:

Has to be the best show & tell golf swing iv seen to many talk & show you what not to doπŸ‘πŸ½

King Bishop says:

Depends on the person. I don’t slice that much and I know why I do but this listen is towards those that generally have the problem my man is addressing. Best thing to do is legit see a pro and get them to watch and help out. They get paid for a reason

Trader99 says:

The good thing about hitting a slice for so long is I now can hit a draw anytime πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Doctor Floyd Hayworth says:

Wrong on #1. Take away open club face does not cause a slice

PreppySalsa27 says:

Same thing as a lefty?

Daniel X says:

I heard a pga pro saying that the face is supposed to open at upswing. As long as it comes back at contact. I like keeping it open at takeaway and downswing -it’s more aerodynamic. Slice is caused by left-hand grip and bad contact that doesn’t close club face at follow through.

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