Author: Bob Burke, PGA

11/28/2018 at 4:03 pm

At The Range

Eliminating The Slice In Golf


The Director of the Kinderlou Golf Academy PGA Professional Bob Burk. A former captain of the Georgia Southern University golf team and U.S. Amateur Quarter finalist, Bob graduated from GSU with a degree in Journalism. After stints at Palmetto Dunes Resort on Hilton Head Island, Healy Point in Macon and Stone Creek Golf Club here in Valdosta, Burk became Kinderlou’s Director of Instruction in April, 2016.

Eliminating The Slice In Golf

A "slice" is a type of golf shot in which the golf ball curves dramatically in flight from left to right (for a right-handed golfer). The slice can be played intentionally, but is usually the result of a mishit. Slices are the most common problem for recreational and high-handicap golfers.

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