Severity Of A Slice

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Paul Wilson

Paul Wilson is the creator of Swing Machine Golf and founder of Ignition Golf. Paul's golf swing technique is based on the Iron Byron swing machine. YouTube Channels: Paul Wilson Golf and Ignition Golf Tips. Please Join me on Google+

4 Responses to “Severity Of A Slice”

  1. Kenneth Bova

    November 10, 2016

    KennthBova

    Paul on the downswing, I roll or snap my left wrist where the back of it is facing my target; is that correct?

    • Paul Wilson

      November 11, 2016

      Paul Wilson

      Ken,

      You do not have to snap or roll anything unless you are purposely working on the roll over drill. If you do not put slice spin on it they you are probably not doing this drill.

      The roll happens in the wrists due to mass want to swing to its widest point. This will occur 100% of the time if you do nothing and allow the mass to swing wherever it wants to swing.

      How to Release the Golf Club: https://ignitiongolf.com/impact-wrist-release/

      Kind of hard to explain. How you understand what I am saying.

  2. October 1, 2019

    JanLabat

    Paul,
    I don’t normally slice the golf ball though my last round I did off the tee box the entire round. I attempted to use your drills to fix it but no luck. Today I hit a few drivers and still slicing pretty severe. It then clicked I just made sure to get my shoulder rotating more and they go perfectly straight. Could you explain how that fixed the slice.

    • Paul Wilson

      October 17, 2019

      Paul Wilson

      Jan,

      Because you were thinking about and using you body not your arms. Arms = hitting. The harder you hit, the tighter your wrists, the more open the face. You had been rolling it so you were working on that. You just needed to take you mind of you hitting with the arms. Once you did the roll over happened at the right spot.

      Keep in mind the roll over is a drill. You do this on the course and it’s not going to be pretty. So do this on the range. If you try it on the range and still slice you are not doing it soon enough. I go through this on a daily basis as a teach students. The ball does not lie. If you are slice the face is open. So roll it sooner. Hook about 10 in a row then start adding body to straighten it out.

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