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So what does this all mean? Firstly because you are hitting the ball from outside-to-in the ball will always take off left of where you are aiming. (Important note: "left of where you are aiming" could well be different to left of where you think you are aiming or left of where you want to be aiming. So check your alignment.) The law of physics says it must start off left if you hit it in that direction! It will only start curling to the right once the spin (caused by the open club face) starts taking effect - see below. How many times have you tried to solve the problem of slicing by trying to hit the ball more to the left only to find that the slice is exaggerated further? The reason? You have increased the angle of your out-to-in swing path. Secondly the clockwise spin imparted on the golf ball, as the result of the open club face, will cause it to go from left to right - because the ball is spinning in a clockwise direction. Because the club face was open at impact this spin is quite significant. The only thing that can cause a golf slice is an open club face and an out-to-in swing path. Forget all this talk about grip, stance, posture, alignment, wrist cocking and all the other mumbo jumbo that your well intentioned mates tell you. That stuff may be the reason you are cutting across the ball with an open club face but I can assure you that even though you may have the correct stance, grip, posture, etc. you can still cause a golf ball to slice. I really do believe that many slices are made worse by well intended people trying to help. I would suggest that you learn a little about the basic golf swing. It really isn't that complicated. And then you will know what you are doing to cause the two factors needed to slice a golf ball. Now that you know what causes a golf slice what do you do about it? What is the easiest way to get rid of it? Well in my opinion the easiest way is to do some very slow motion drills walking your muscles through the swing. Repeat as often as possible and gradually speeding up until you have the correct swing path and club face through impact. In my next article entitled "Avoid Slicing a Golf Ball" I will explain possible reasons for the out-to-in swing path and ways to fix it. In the meanwhile please believe me that the cause of a golf slice is an out-to-in swing path with an open club face through impact.

Keep your swing simple and compact and you will find it easier to rid yourself of your slice. The best advice I have ever come across for a simple compact swing comes from Bob Eldridge and his team over at Pure Point Golf. With a little help from Bob and his team you will soon get rid of your slice. Head over to Pure Point Golf and take a look at what Bob has to offer.

Get rid of your slice forever! Happy golfing!

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