Starting with a closed club face can fix a swing and improve your golf game; learn pro golf tips for fixing, curing a slice in this free golf lesson video.
In this segment on how to cure your slice we already know that when the club face is aiming and moving in one direction and the club face is open and aiming to the right while moving in a certain direction it's going to put slice spin on the ball. Well, you probably know that some golf clubs have been designed where instead of the club face aiming the target at address, it's slightly aiming to the left. And, they claim that will cure your slice because as you come in, even if you open up a little, it's still going to be square. But, if you really want to cure your slice by using the club head, close it a lot. I mean, the clubs on the market may be one, two, three, four degrees closed. How about 30 degrees closed. Believe me, if you start out with that club face aiming 30 degrees to the left, so in other words, when you look at that club, instead of it looking square like this, and here it's three to five degrees closed, ten, if you started out at address with your club face that closed you are not going to slice the ball. And if you do, start with it more closed. If you start with a closed club face even if you open that club face up when you come into the ball it still very well could be square or even still slightly aiming left and it's going to be a hook. If you want to guarantee that that ball is not going to slice, start out with a significantly closed club face.
- Watch the Club Head to Fix Your Slice
- What Your Hands to Fix Your Slice
- Use Ball Position to Fix a Slice
- Fix a Slice with a Low Hook
- Fix a Slice: Hand Before Ball
- Swing to Fix Your Slice
- Swing Tips to Fix a Slice
- Hit a Hook to Fix a Slice
- Golf Tips: Take a Lesson from Tennis
- Fix a Slice by Releasing Hands Early
- Fix a Slice by Hitting with the Toe of the Club
- Use a Hook Grip to Fix a Slice
- Fix a Slice with a Closed Club Face
- The Slice Swing Plane
- What Causes a Slice?