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The Simple Secret To Solving The Slice

Old 08-19-2011, 02:30 AM
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The Simple Secret To Solving The Slice

The slice is a shot which usually starts off slightly to the left, then swerves to the right in the air. The slice is a common fault that occurs in many mizuno golf clubs beginners game and has to be one of the most frustrating things that can happen to a golfer. In most cases, the slice is uncontrollable and is destructive more often than not TaylorMade R9 SuperTri Driver resulting in the ball being sent deep into the rough. It is also far more common than the hook which occurs when the ball does the opposite through the air.Firstly, make sure your body alignment is correct, your shoulders, chest hips and feet Ping rapture v2 irons should all be parallel to each other as well as parallel to the ball to pin line. If your body is not aligned correctly and is aiming too far to the left, the upper body can not Ping G15 Irons and does not rotate properly. This leads to an out to in swing which means that the club will not be hitting through the ball but instead will be moving from outside the ball to inside the ball as the impact takes place. The consequence of this is side spin being Ping G10 irons generated on the ball and the dreaded uncontrollable slice follows.
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