FIX YOUR SLICE IN ONE STEP

Golf Digest (South Africa) - - Play Your Best - — WITH RON KASPRISKE BY BERNIE NA­JAR

ONE OF THE CRIT­I­CAL mo­ments in any golf swing is the tran­si­tion from back­swing to down­swing.A lot of in­struc­tion in this phase of the swing is geared to­wards what the lower body is do­ing, which is im­por­tant but doesn’t al­ways fix a slice.To straighten out a slice, fo­cus on get­ting your left arm mov­ing in the proper di­rec­tion as you start down. By do­ing this, your club will strike the ball with the path and face an­gle that pro­duces solid con­tact and elim­i­nates the slice. Here are a cou­ple of things you can work on to im­prove your tran­si­tion, with LPGA Tour rookie Therese Koel­baek demon­strat­ing.

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