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Want To End Your Golf Swing Slice For Good?

Published on 5/12/2018
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If you have a slice and want to get rid of it let's talk...

There are a few things you can do to help.  All of them are good and can help.

One thing you can do is find and play with a SOFTER ball.  I don't know the exact physics behind it but it works for many people.  It may not get rid of your slice completely but it tends to lessen the size of that banana. I use the Titleist Velocity? and love them. They're not super expensive.  Maybe $25 I think.  But worth the money for sure.

You could work on your swing plane.  That has a lot to do with how your ball flies of course.You can do it alone with no aide, video yourself, and work on it little by little.  That's the cheapest way.

You could get an Orange Whip?.  This is my favorite.  It helps nail down tempo, the
right swing plane for you, and improves your lag in the wrist.  Which 
helps reduce your slice and could even add power.  I love this thing.

You can grab it on Amazon here?..

It costs a little more than 3 boxes of balls but well worth it if you're losing balls every season.  

The last thing you can do is get a coach.  It's a little more costly but you can get that direct feedback of a professional.

If you enjoy golf and plan on playing for a while, I would invest in all these methods.  They all work and every little bit helps to improve your game.

Have a GREAT golf day.

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