Do you want to fix your golf slice forever and never hit that devastating, frustrating, annoying, destructive golf shot again?
Well you aren’t the only one, as a slice – a golf shot that can start in any direction but then swings over to the right (for right handed golfers) in the air and loses distance, plagues approximately 93% of amateur golfers.
Golf is a game and as such it should be fun, but its hard to enjoy yourself when the shots that you hit finish with the same, predictable, out of control ball flight, that results in you ending up bunkered, in the trees, in the water or out of bounds.
This programme will stop you hitting that devastating slice permanently.
An out of control slice is caused by 1, 2 or a combination of 3 factors at impact – the direction the club head is travelling in as it hits the golf ball (the path), the position that the face is in relative to the path and the impact position of the strike on the club face. So to straighten out your slice, you simply have to initially understand these 3 factors, identify the combination of them that is relevant for you and then alter that relationship, using effective, quality training drills that will accelerate your learning and make the alteration repeatable, reliable and permanent.
Changing 1, 2, all 3, or a combination of the 3 impact factors that cause a slice WILL change that slice forever!
- Programme introduction and overview.
- Part 1 – Why you slice
This chapter will help you to understand the relationship between the club face and the club path and help you understand why you create left to right curvature from the spin produced on the golf ball.
- Part 2 – Weight and balance of the club
This chapter will help you to understand about the centre of mass of the club and how this is moved during the backswing which will then influence how you move it on the downswing and therefore the path that you will create through impact.
- Part 3 – Face aim and holding the club
Here we look at the impact factor of the club face relative to the path and how the way that you aim the face and then hold the club can influence this.
- Part 4 – Addressing the ball
Here we discuss the setup characteristics that will influence strike, path and face aim as you strike the golf ball.
- Part 5 – Backswing
This chapter discusses how swinging the club back influences the position you achieve at the top of your backswing and its subsequent influence on impact.
- Part 6 – Downswing
Here we discuss sequencing your movement, shallowing the golf club and controlling the club face to produce straighter golf shots.
- Part 7 – Straight shot drills
This chapter shows you the most effective way to improve your movement and provides you with ways to achieve immediate feedback from your movement, to help you improve as quickly and as permanently as possible.
- Part 8 – Releasing into follow through
This chapter discusses the complete movement through impact into the follow through, to ensure that you achieve an improved path, club face and strike position that will allow you to straighten your golf shots up forever.
- Programme conclusion.