Cure your slice by releasing your hands prior to impact; learn pro golf tips for fixing, curing a slice in this free golf lesson video.
This segment is on how to cure your slice is related to turning your hands over prior to hitting the ball. Turning them over, releasing. That's called releasing your hands. Releasing the club face. Because, in a slice there's almost no hand action. There's almost no hand action before you hit while somewhere after you hit perhaps there's hand action. But, before you hit there's no hand action. And basically the hand action to hit a hook, or a draw, or to cure a slice is turning over. Over. Your right hand is turning counterclockwise, as well as your left hand. It's turning counterclockwise prior to the club head hitting the ball. So, once again, if there was a globe here, that would spin it. See my hand turn? That would, that would spin that. Releasing, turning over, putting spin on it. Ping Pong. Tennis. Turning over, releasing. And a great way to practice that is to hit some balls just with your hands. And bring that club back and turn those hands over. Turn it over. Don't take a big swing. Small. Bring it back with your hands. Bring it back, turn it over. If you release before that club head gets to the ball, you're going to lose your slice and you're going to get a hook.
- 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?