Are you tired of seeing your golf ball veer off course with a frustrating slice? In this two-part series, we're diving deep into the mechanics of fixing that slice and getting you on the path to more accurate shots.
In part two, our expert instructor Milo shares a valuable drill to help you correct your swing path and eliminate that troublesome slice. Many slicers suffer from cutting across the hitting zone, causing multiple balls to be sent flying with one swing. Milo’s solution? A clever station setup.
Begin by practicing a smooth club pass through two golf balls. Gradually increase the size of your swing, ensuring the club stays behind you on the downswing and follows through towards the target. With this newfound sensation, it's time to reintroduce a ball into the equation.
Focus on syncing your closed club face with the improved swing path. As you strike the ball, you'll notice a satisfying draw, replacing that dreaded slice. Remember, the key is perfecting your grip, club face, and swing path alignment.
So, if you're ready to leave your slice behind and start hitting those push draws, follow these expert tips. Your journey to a more accurate and satisfying golf game begins now.
Henry Fall is a Golf Coach with Milo Lines Golf, LPGA Tour Caddie to Dana Finkelstein, content creator, and Rukket Golf ambassador. You can check out their online academy at milolinesgolf.com or on his instagram, @henryfallgolf.
Milo Lines is a PGA Professional Coach and the founder of Milo Lines Golf milolinesgolf.com. You can find Milo at Superstition Mountain Golf & Country Club located in Gold Canyon just outside Phoenix, AZ.