What makes a golfer say, I need to read an article that is going to help me learn how to fix a golf slice?
The answer is simple. It is because 9 out of 10 golfers are not happy with their golf game, and slicing the ball off the tee is the thing that most disturbs more golfers, even more than missing that 2- foot putt. It has been said that “ A bad day on the golf course is better than a good day at work.” Sometimes you need to remind yourself of that reality. So do you need to know how to fix a golf slice?
Here are some answers on how to fix a golf slice, but there are more in my free report that I will tell you about later.
The hush falls over the crowd. You’re on the 18th tee. 525 yards par 5. You’re only 1 stroke behind your boss (whom you have always wanted to beat, but have never been able to pull it off.) You step up and address the ball, confident of your ability to hit a long drive off the tee. You study the fairway, set-up for the shot, begin your swing, follow through, look up knowing you have just made the drive of a lifetime only to see your that your golf ball more resemble a boomerang than a golf ball. The dreaded slice rears it’s ugly head once again. You’re in the rough.
Of course your boss hits a perfect drive, and after you hack away for 5 more strokes you bogey the hole while your boss enjoys a par and wins the game again.
Don’t feel badly though, how to fix a golf slice is the most sought after golf tip. It is not surprising that more than 80% of golfers suffer from slicing the ball. But don’t be like a lot of golfers and think the problem is where you are aiming, but that could be the cause. First you should consider if you have a proper golf stance, and are properly aligned.