One way how to stop slicing your golf shots may be as simple as changing your stance.
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.
Chances are fi you are slicing the ball it might be the result of an open stance. Indeed, it is very likely that your feet are aligned to the left (or for left handers to the right) of the target when you setup, thus producing a slice.
About Bob Burke
Bob Burke is the Director of the Kinderlou Golf Academy
Burk is a former captain of the Georgia Southern University golf team and U.S. Amateur
After stints at Palmetto Dunes Resort on Hilton Head Island, Healy Point in Macon, and Stone Creek Golf Club in Valdosta, Georgia.
Burk became Kinderlou’s Director of Instruction in April 2016.
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