CURE YOUR SLICE
Like Brooks, the average golfer takes the club too far inside on the way back, and then comes over the top into the downswing. Most problems I see stem from an incorrect weight transfer, which starts in the backswing and with the weight favouring the left side. As they transition into the downswing, their brain tells them at the last minute to swing left, and the more they do so, the more the weight shifts to the back leg and causes a weak slice. Practising the two moves below will help to solve both problems.