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Learning to correct and eliminate your golf slice from your game is vital to lowering your handicap and improving your score. If you want to improve your game by eliminating common errors look no further than our list below of great golf articles and videos to help you with your golf slice.

Hitting Irons vs. Metal Woods for Golf Success
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Hitting Irons vs. Metal Woods for Golf Success by Ty Andersen

Understanding your equipment is necessary for good golfers; hit down with irons to make the ball go up and hit up with metals...

Fix Your Golf Hook or Slice
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Fix Your Golf Hook or Slice by Laird Small

Depending on whether you are a hooker or slicer, making a minor adjustment to your setup and having a plan before you hit the...

Golf Tips: How to Hit Controlled Draws and Fades
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Golf Tips: How to Hit Controlled Draws and Fades by Ed Ibarguen

Since the face of the club controls the direction of the shot, we can hit controlled draws and fades by keeping our clubface ...

Fix Your Golf Slice in Five Minutes
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Fix Your Golf Slice in Five Minutes by Laird Small

Slicers often play the ball too forward and have their shoulders open to the target line, fix this by setting a tee behind an...

How to Practice Your Swing at the Driving Range (and Which Club to Use)
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How to Practice Your Swing at the Driving Range (and Which Club to Use) by Hank Haney

Practicing at the range with a mid iron, not your driver, and if you have too steep a swing plane, practice off a tee...

Practice with a Driver to Improve Your Golf Swing
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Practice with a Driver to Improve Your Golf Swing by Laird Small

Using your driver to practice accentuates errors in your swing, especially if you slice, and low handicappers can use it to p...

The #1 Way to Fix a Golf Slice
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The #1 Way to Fix a Golf Slice by Chuck Cook

A ball slices when the club face is open to the direction in which you are swinging...

How to Fix Your Slice by Changing Your Grip
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How to Fix Your Slice by Changing Your Grip by John Elliott, Jr.

As much as you might hate changing your grip a weak grip is the most common slice fault because you are in a position where y...

How to Stop Flipping the Golf Ball (and Fix Your Slice)
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How to Stop Flipping the Golf Ball (and Fix Your Slice) by Mike LaBauve

Flipping or scooping keeps your hands back and closes the clubface to counteract an up and down slice swing. Fix this by roun...

The Easiest Way to Fix a Golf Slice
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The Easiest Way to Fix a Golf Slice by Hank Haney

Taking practice swings holding the club at waist lever, allowing yourself to feel the rotation of your shoulders, arms and th...

How to Position Your Elbow to Fix Your Slice
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How to Position Your Elbow to Fix Your Slice by Jimmy Ballard

Tucking or pulling your right elbow down during the downswing causes your left elbow to move away from your body, creating an...

Junior Golf Tips for Fixing a Slice
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Junior Golf Tips for Fixing a Slice by Ty Andersen

Help kids fix their slice by standing in front of them while they take practice swings and have them release their downswing ...

Golf String Drill to Improve Alignment
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Golf String Drill to Improve Alignment by Ed Ibarguen

Using a piece of string with tees attached to both ends is the best set up and alignment tool you can have, put it in the gro...

Golf Ball Flight Laws: How Swing Plane at Address Affects Ball Flight
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Golf Ball Flight Laws: How Swing Plane at Address Affects Ball Flight by Denis Pugh -

The swing plane affects your balance and the direction of the ball...

Triple Whammy Drill to Fix Your Slice
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Triple Whammy Drill to Fix Your Slice by Gary Wiren

Try this Triple Whammy Drill to turn your slice into a draw in ninety seconds...

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