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This week’s Impact Show looks at how you can grip the club to stop slicing the golf ball.

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  1. TRUMP2020

    Sep 5, 2018 at 8:20 pm

    You would quit slicing if you would quit swinging over the top. Thats 90% of peoples problems. Not their grip.

    • T

      Sep 7, 2018 at 12:57 am

      Not really… club face is more like 90% the problem.

      The club face has to be open in relation to the swing path to produce a slice. If the swing is “over the top” and the club face is square to that swing path, it will produce a pull.

      Regardless the swing path “out>in” “in>in” “in>out” if the face is open to that path its going to either slice, push slice or if intentional, fade.

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