A golf slice is caused by the clubface coming across the ball from outside the target line, creating side-spin on the ball. Upon first thought, this may seem like a mechanical issue. And it is...but if you dig a little deeper, you'll find it's a 'physical' issue. You see...your body dictates your ability to swing the taylormade rocketballz irons efficiently. If your body has 'physical limitations', your swing will not be mechanically sound and swing faults will appear. In the golf swing there is much compensation for lack of proper mechanics. If you can't make a 90 degree shoulder turn on the backswing, you'll do whatever it takes to feel like you are making a full turn. A good example of this would be to rotate your hips beyond the desired 45 degrees to enable your body to make a full backswing with taylormade rbz irons . What this does is rob you of power. You have no torque built up in your core to unleash into the ball at impact. A golf slice is caused by the upper body getting ahead of the lower body, creating an "over-the-top" move, which in turn results in your clubface slashing across the ball and creating side-spin. Here comes the banana ball! Your first inclination will be to take a lesson to fix this. If that doesn't work, you might buy a training aid. If that doesn't work you'll buy an "offset" driver to help eliminate your golf slice with . Does this sound familiar? Now the real answer! Take a break on your lessons. Don't buy anymore training aids. And keep your normal driver in your bag. You need to work on you core rotational flexibility to be able to initiate the downswing with your lower body first, to avoid the upper body getting ahead of it. It's that simple. The minute your able to separate the upper and lower body upon initial move down...you'll see that golf slice improve dramatically.
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