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A Slicing Course That Actually Works

In this 10 Part Video Series we Focus on Slicing. Slicing Plagues of the Majority of Amateur Golfers. Find Out How to Cure this Excessive Golf Issue.


  • 1. Slice Foot Position - Foot Positioning is a grossly overlooked issue in Slicing a golf ball. Make sure you aim with your heel line rather than toe line.
  • 2. Hit the Opposite of a Slice - Most teachers wouldn't teach you how to hit a snap hook to fix a slice, but we are not most teachers so here we go.
  •  3. Why You Must Supinate - Supination is a huge reason slicers enter the impact zone with a completely open club face. It is a must to learn how to supinate because it assists with squaring up the golf club face at impact.
  •  4. Clubface Position - Clubface awareness is a must for understanding how to square the clubface to the ball at impact.
  •  5. Under and High - Swing under an alignment and follow through high to help engrain the feeling of swinging from the inside.
  •  6. Creating a Hook Path - Creating a hook path is a great way to alter an "out to in' path to an "in to out" path. This lesson will show you how to set up and use this drill to your advantage.
  •  7. Visible Chalk Drill - In this lesson we draw a very visible chalk line that supports an in to out swing pattern and ultimately counter acts a slice.
  •  8. Forearm Position - The Forearms play a pivotal factor in the overall positioning of the clubhead. Pay close attention to your forearm movements and how they affect club face awareness.
  •  9. Wrist Positions - Wrist positions can be a little complicated. In this lesson we take you step by step to understanding the terminology associated with proper wrist angles for slicers.
  •  10. Slicing on Trackman - In this lesson we cover some trackman truths that validate why you are slicing and what numbers can correct it.