Golf Slice Solutions – How to Fix a Slice | Golf Grip | Tips 2021

Tired of slicing? This video shows you the TWO Keys to never hit a slice again!

Understanding the primary causes of that dreaded banana ball is critical for the corrective process.

The most common mistake that tends to cause this wayward shot, is the over usage of the right arm to start your downswing. It feels powerful t make this sort of move because that is our dominant arm however, this is where things get started on the wrong foot.

When you start your downswing with firing your right arm, you are now causing your swing plane/path to be “over the top” or also know as “out to in”. This sort of path makes it difficult to release the club. In fact, if you did release the club with this sort of path, you would be yelling “FORE LEFT”.

A good way to overcome your right side dominance in your swing is to stop using your right arm completely. Yep, you heard me! Just do not use it all for a good while.

You will correct your path/swing plane by making a bunch of left arm only swings. With just the left arm on the club, it becomes extremely difficult for you to swing the club over the top. Try it out. You will be surprised how fast you have started the corrective process.

Now that you clearly understand the cause and effects of that nasty slice, it’s up to you to start working on correcting it the right way. The first video to fix your swing plane you should check out here.

From there, you want to focus on fixing your club face with properly training your release here.

With these two fundamentals, you’ll see just how easy it is to cure your golf slice once and for all! You’ll learn how to hit a draw and swing on plane, it’s that simple!


Chuck Quinton

is the founder of the RotarySwing Tour online golf instruction learning system. He played golf professionally for 8 years and has been teaching golf since 1995 and has worked with more than 100 playing professionals who have played on the PGA, and other major tours around the world.

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