How to Hit the Slice Shot

Golf Sage - Saturday, May 11, 2013

To fade or slice the ball to the right, the clubhead should travel on an outside-to-inside swing path at impact, while the clubface remains square to the target line.
At address, set your feet, hips, and shoulders slightly open, or to the left of the target line.  Everything else in your swing remains the same, particularly aiming the clubface perfectly at the target line.  What causes the fade or sliced shot is the left-to-right sidespin imparted to the ball by the combination of an outside-to-inside clubhead path with a square to the target line clubface at the moment of impact.
You can control the amount of fade or slice on the shot by varying the amount you open your feet, hips, and shoulders to the target line.
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