Golf Digest (South Africa) - - Play Your Best -

When a slicer starts the down­swing, the left arm moves ex­ces­sively out­ward and away from the torso. This mis­take sends the club into the ball in an open po­si­tion rel­a­tive to the swing path. Avoid this prob­lem by min­imis­ing the out­ward move­ment of the left arm as you change di­rec­tion. To learn this mo­tion, grab a club and prac­tice swing­ing to the top at slow speed and start­ing down with your left arm still an­gled in­side the tar­get line (far left). A good feel is that your left arm is main­tain­ing a strong con­nec­tion to your torso as you change di­rec­tion.

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