A slice is usually a weak shot that ends up right of your target, which is all to common among amateur golfers, and many old pros too. So, how do you fix that? You should start by strengthen your grip. You can do this by turning your hands so the "V's" point to the right of your chin. If you are new to golf, this may feel a bit awkward, but it's important that you do it and get comfortable with the feel. You can confirm the right position simply by holding the taylormade r11 irons while looking in a mirror. Another reason for a slice could be your grip is too tight. Having too tight of a grip will restrict your movement when you swing. It makes it harder to release the club through impact, which usually leaves the clubface open and the ball ending up way right of your target. Fixing it: A good way to judge if your grip is too tight is to take your normal stance, and using your "normal" grip, hold your taylormade r11 irons straight out in front of you, and have someone try to pull the club out of your hands. They should almost be able to pull it away from you. If they can't, you're holding the club too tight. The last of the more common reasons for a slice with r11 irons is a cupped left wrist. With too much of a cupped left wrist you leave yourself open for trouble. Normally, what you will end up doing is trying to correct this flaw with an over-the-top swing as you try square the clubface just before impact. On the backswing, the ideal left wrist position is slightly cupped at the top, but not majorly cupped. One way to fix this is to stick a pencil in your golf glove and swing slowly with r11 irons like this, it’s nearly impossible to have a cupped wrist or else the pencil will dig into your arm. If you feel it digging in, then "loosen" the wrist until it doesn't anymore. Then try to remember how this new position feels to you. You'll want to repeat this from now on.
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