Golf Slice – What Causes Slicing

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Golf Slice Causes – Golf lesson that defines what a slice in golf is and explores what causes golf slices.

► Golf Slice – Video Golf Lesson Summary

– A slice is a ball flight that sees the ball starting to the left of the target and curving right, coming to rest right of the target.

– A golf slice is caused by an outside-in swing path, cutting across the golf ball. Furthermore, at impact the clubface is open (in contrast to square, or straight forward), spinning the ball counterclockwise to the right.

– Golfers may have an increased tendency to slice whenever using a driver because the driver produces less backswing that an iron does. With less backspin, sidespin is allowed to take over the flight of the ball and changing its trajectory sideways.

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