Fixing your Slice

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In this section, Steve Bishop makes an introduction and talks about curing the slice with your finish.

Both your elbows should be in front of your chest and away from the body at the finish while pointing at the direction of the target. This helps your release the club a little bit better. You tend to slice the ball if the club head is coming from the inside and the club face is open. Because we know that the club head and the hands are going to go out more towards the target is it going to affect the way that you finish.

2 golf swings with 2 different finishes. The first one is with the elbow flying out behind in the finish and the second is where the elbows are in front of the chest and away from the body.


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