What Causes a Slice in Golf?

A slice is caused by a combination of open clubface and an outside-in swing. Sidespin from a lack of weight transfer in the swing path is a contributing factor to the dreaded slice. In addition to the aforementioned factors, a hunched posture, or lack of weight transfer during the driver swing, can contribute to the … Read more

Pros and Cons of Shallowing the Golf Club

In order to correct this error, golfers must first hinge their wrists and drop their trailing arm. Without this adjustment, the golfer may end up with a square swing. This can affect the trajectory of the ball and distance traveled. In addition, golfers must practice shallowing the golf club to make the correction correctly. Here … Read more

How to Hit a Driver Correctly

To hit a driver correctly, you must start with the ball position as you would for any other club. This means that your feet should be close together. A straight line should be formed between your big toe and the ball. The same principles apply to mid-irons and fairway woods. Here are some tips to … Read more