Attack Angle: How to Use It to Fix Every Bad Tee Shot
Follow this guide to diagnose and fix your most common mis-hits, and make sure you're using the right driver
By Bruce Patterson
Top 100 Teacher
HIGH SLICEWHY IT'S HAPPENING:
1. Your clubface is open
2. Your swing path is out-to-in
3. Your angle of attack is too steep (greater than 50 degrees)
HOW TO FIX IT
1. Strengthen your grip (move both hands to the right).
2. Close your stance to the target by dropping your right foot, hip and shoulder back.
3. Try to swing the club more in-to-out. To ingrain this, try to imagine the golf ball divided into four quadrants and try to hit the lower inside quadrant.