January 18, 2020

Fix A Slice: Simply Move Some Body Parts In A Certain Manner

fix a sliceThe first thing you should know if If you want to fix a slice is that if you assume a comfortable stance and posture to a golf ball, center the sweet spot of your clubface as near to the back of your ball as possible, align your shoulders parallel with your target line, form a conventional grip on your club,keep your head steady and execute a non-manipulative golf swing, you will slice your ball.

A non-manipulative golf swing is one in which there is no intentional or inadvertent manipulation of the club to rotate the clubface off its pre-swing alignments.

Therefore, you should appreciate the reality that the instant you grip a golf club with either an overlapping, interlocking or baseball style of grip your clubface will rotate to a slice ball flight alignment

In order to really fix a slice, you must move certain body parts during, or after, gripping your club to rotate your clubface from a slice alignment to a straight ball flight alignment. Then you need to lock-in the straight ball flight alignment.

A straight ball flight alignment will enable you to hit a golf ball straight

When any of my straight Locked-in Golf™ techniques are performed they automatically will cure a slice.

Each one requires some specific body movement, either between or immediately after assuming an overlapping, interlocking or baseball style of grip, to rotate the clubface from a slice alignment to a straight alignment and then to lock-in such straight alignment.

One of my favorite Locked-in Golf ™ techniques is the Jackson Straight Golf Method™.

Instructions to perform the Jackson Straight Golf   Method™ are now displayed on youtube.com/locked-in golf.

Given the time limitations of YouTube, the displayed DVD does not contain the entire instructions or the Trouble Shooting Tips that are addressed on the complete DVD,  available at http://lockedingolf.com.

It does however provide enough information for you to appreciate the significance that you must move your body in some way after gripping your club in order to cure a slice.

Give the Jackson Straight Golf Method ™ a try and see how it will fix a slice in a heartbeat.

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