If you’re slicing the ball, you might be putting your right hand and right shoulder out too far where the right hand wraps over the top and the right shoulder gets out. To correct this, take your bottom hand, your trail hand, and put it behind your pocket on your right side. This externally rotates my right shoulder. Put your hand a little bit low on that back pocket and then when you bring your right arm around try to keep your right shoulder quiet as possible and bring your right hand in from underneath and grab the club. That straightens out your shoulders. Now you’re going to have yourself in a much better setup and a much stronger position and before you even take the golf club away, you’re going to have a much better chance of taking that cut a slice out of your game.
August 9, 2021 - 7:47 am EDT 3 years ago