Allow your left arm to fold to straighten a slice.
Fred Vuich
Saturday, December 01, 2007

To fix this problem, allow your left arm to fold as you swing into your follow-through.
Paul Marchand is director of instruction at Shadow Hawk Golf Club in Richmond, Texas.

2. If you're suffering from a big slice, you're likely getting your club too far behind you on the backswing, then looping it way outside the target line on your downswing

Todd Anderson is director of instruction at Sea Island Golf Club in St. Simons Island, Ga.


As a slicer, chances are good that you've never rotated like this before
Rick Barry is director of instruction at Sea Pines Resort in Hilton Head Island, S.C.


the clubface lags behind and then catches up to the hands right at impact

Mike Bender operates the Mike Bender Golf Academy at Timacuan Golf Club in Lake Mary, Fla.

5. Swinging from the slopes will naturally flatten out your swing path and get the ball going left immediately
Craig Shankland teaches at LPGA International Golf Club in Daytona Beach, Fla.

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