Fix your golf slice for good
Do a lot of your golf shots start left and curve around to the right and end up in trouble?
Do you feel like you lose a stack of distance with your wicked banana slice?
The golf slice is still the number one problem for golfers worldwide which is why so many golfers want to get rid of their golf slice.
It has ruined many a golfers day out on the course.
The slice occurs when a golfer imparts (right hander) left to right side spin on the golf ball during the point of impact.
The good news any golfer of any ability can fix their golf slice with the right information.
I used the golf instruction at the Perfect Impact System to cure my slice and now hit a powerful draw.
It's simple and easy to use and is perfect for high handicap golfers who only have time to play once a week or even a month.
A great golf slice fix
The best way to fix any problem with your golf swing is practice simple drills.
This repetition creates a stronger mind body connection and can overcome the worst of golfing problems.
Whilst there are many cures and fixes for the golf slice, I’m going to focus on a drill that has helped golfers cure their slice worldwide.
I have benefited tremendously from this drill. It has turned an ugly, frustrating pull or weak fade shot into a strong & powerful draw.
The L to L drill
The drill I’m talking about here is called the ‘L to L drill. It’s basically forming the letter ‘L’ during your backswing when your wrists first hinge.
Next, on your follow through the club head and wrists hinge again.
The picture at the top shows in the follow through what it looks like.
Try this drill out first without hitting a golf ball just to get a feel for it.
Slowly work your way into hitting nice easy shots with a lofted club and then work your way up to a longer club.
Watch the video below.
Why the L to L drill works
The reason the L to L drill is so effective in fixing the golf slice is because it gets your wrists hinging properly in the golf swing.
When this happens the club face gets squared up correctly and you also get full extension of the arms.
The extension of the arms is critical, especially in the follow through. This is probably the most important part of the drill.
The follow through when performed right sees your right armed fully extended just after impact.
This is a very powerful move which almost guarantees you make solid ball contact with a stronger draw ball flight.
Now it's your turn
Give the drill a try next time you head out to the golf driving range.
If this drill doesn’t get rid of your golf slice then there’s a good chance you’re doing something else wrong.
Use this drill in conjunction with the Perfect Impact System and you'll not only fix your golf slice but develop a nice draw in the process.
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