Why You Need This: Today, you'll discover "How to Easily Fix Your Slice | so Simple!"
Let's be honest, if fixing your slice was as easy as simply trying to swing more from the inside...
...then you wouldn't still be struggling with it.
While that's a good start to curing your slice...
...there's a missing piece that MUST happen to fix your slice for good.
You see, there's a trick with your left hand and a golf ball...
...that will give you that feeling you've been searching for to finally end your slice and start smashing the ball with power.
In today's video, you'll discover this simple trick...
...and you'll be well on your way to ending your slicing frustrations for good!
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Instructors Featured: Clay Ballard
Video Duration: 5:16
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Clay Ballard: Now I’ve got a video for you here that makes fixing your slice the easiest thing in the world.
Now first, I’m going to set up with a great visual feedback here that’s going to allow you to visualize coming from the inside, getting that inside-out path, getting the club in the slot, all those things.
But let me be honest with you. You’ve probably been trying to swing from the inside for a long time, and if that was going to work, it’d already be working.
The second piece, I’m going to give you a trick on how to square up the face with the hands, how to release that club so that you can’t help but hit a draw every single time.
Let’s go ahead and get started.
Now first let’s get this path inside out. This is a great visual feedback for this, and I’m hitting a hybrid here today.
You can do this with a driver, it works perfectly fine. I just have other people on the other side of the range, they’re about 290-300 from here. I don’t want to accidentally hit one of those guys, so I have a hybrid out here.
I want to set this club, the club head cover, I have my driver head cover, in line with the ball. So it’s just behind the golf ball, and just a little bit outside of that.
Same thing with this hybrid head cover here in front. It’s going to make a little gap to where now if I put an alignment stick here, it’s giving me a visual of kind of a zone that I want to swing in.
So I’m almost imagining a channel here that I’m swinging inside out to miss both of those head covers and try to swing down this alignment stick.
Now what’s going to happen here at first, is when I line up square to my target ahead, you can see that my feet are here, all this going out to the right.
When I do that, if I don’t have the correct face releasing and closing the way that you need to for a draw, that ball’s just going to go to the right and it’s going to slice even more.
So you see that was almost a top shot, inside-out, some of it maybe off the heel, but every single one of those is going to slice.
If you’re currently slicing the golf ball, swinging to the right is the first step, but it’s not going to solve the problem.
Let’s talk about now that we have this great visual representation here with these head covers, what will we do to actually make this work?
It has to do with how you release your hands. What I want you to do is grab a golf ball, and I’m going to walk you through exactly how to feel this.
Grab a golf ball with your left hand like this, as I’m coming down, I want to feel like I’m showing this golf ball to myself.
So the logo of my glove is down toward the ground, and I’m going to take my fingertips from the inside here, that would be a nice inside path, and I’m going to let that release but I’m never letting the ball fall out.
If I’m a flipper, I would get down here and I would flip and the ball would fall out of my hand. I want to make sure that the ball stays facing me the entire way.
Now I could do the same thing with my right hand, I put it on top of my hand. This one’s a little tougher to balance.
I get my right hand inside, I keep my right hand down, and I release my right hand but I never flip my hands and get that ball to fall down. Now let’s grab a golf club, and get that exact same feeling.
This is an exaggeration drill. It’s really going to draw, it’s really going to hook, but that’s completely fine. So again, I’m visualizing swinging through these head covers, but now let’s take my fingers from the inside here, and release those, and you’ll see what happens is, look how closed that club face is.
That club face is 30° closed. That club face is pointing to where if I hit a golf ball doing this, it would shoot right into this head cover. That’s the feeling that you want to have.
I want to feel like that club face is incredibly closed, and then, you can swing as far to the right as you want to, and that ball’s going left. That ball’s going to draw, every single time.
So let’s go ahead and hit one here. I’m going to get it between these head covers. I’m going to feel like I’m showing the golf ball to myself with that left hand, or having it on the back of my right hand.
That’s really, really going to help it draw. Again, I’ve got guys on the other side of the range, I’m just going to swing one nice and easy, I don’t want to hurt somebody, but I’m really going to release it.
There we go, and that ball started straight toward the red mower there, and it drew a good 20 yards. Do this drill, you’ll never slice again.
All right, so now this drill that we went over here today is definitely going to get you to start hooking it. This is a small piece of what I call The Move.
Now The Move is where you’re going to shallow this club out, come from the inside, and I want you to get every single shot drawing from right to left. I want you to get every single shot well compressed.
Shaft lean, club releasing out in front like you see every player, every pro player that you ever watched on TV, I want to get you to have that.
I want that to be your natural swing without even having to think about it. So once you’ve finished this drill, that’s going to get you started on a great path. It’s going to get you going in the right direction.
Head over to The Move section, and let’s bring it home. There, I’m going to give you a couple secrets like the Tennis Racket Drill, talking about how to square up those hands perfectly.
I’m going to give you some secrets on how to shallow that club once and for all out in your swing. If you feel like you’re starting down steep, these inside-out drills, and these showing the golf ball drills aren’t really going to work that well.
We’ve got to get that club shallowed out. So head over to The Move section. Work through those drills in order.
It takes a very small amount of time, and you can really get that club, shallow it out, releasing, hitting those nice Power Draws, you’re going to have a blast doing it.
I can’t wait to show you some of those secrets to finally getting that shallow inside-out swing and just playing some really fun golf. Best of luck, and I’ll see you in The Move next.