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Golf Instruction / Best Young Teachers

Erika Larkin: Fix Your Slice In Two Words

Remember to roll and reach as you swing through. Let your forearms roll over to square the clubface and then reach your arms toward the target.
November 2013
Golf Digest Woman / Golf Digest Woman

Tips for Her: Cure your slice

Editor's note: Each week, Megan Padua, a teaching professional at Maidstone Club (East Hampton, N.Y.) and Belfair Plantation (Bluffton, S.C.), and one of Golf Digest's Best Young Teachers, offers tips and advice for women...
Friday, 7/5/2013 at 10:04AM

Driving - David Leadbetter: Fix Your Slice

Still slicing? Here's one simple move to stop cutting across it.
Golf Instruction / Golf Instruction

David Leadbetter: Slice No More (Video)

If the club gets too far inside, you'll tend to loop it outside coming down. A straighter takeaway creates room to swing down from inside.
May 2013

Slicing - David Leadbetter: Slice No More!

Remember this: In to out is a downswing thought, not a backswing thought. As you swing back, try to create some room for the club to move on an in-to-out path coming down. David Leadbetter demonstrates how.
Golf Instruction / Lesson Tee

David Leadbetter: Slice No More!

You'll stop slicing if you swing back straighter.
May 2013
Golf Instruction / Golf Instruction

Fast Fixes For Every Fault

Beat your slice, hook, push, pull, shank, top, fat/thin, drop-kick, pop-up and toe hit.
May 2010

Shortcuts from Tom Watson - Play Your Shot Shape

Tom Watson explains why it's important to go with your natural shot shape whenever possible. If you mostly hit slices, be more aggressive with your tee shots on dogleg-right holes. If you hook, be aggressive on dogleg lefts.
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