Best Score Golf in 2020
The Lazy Person's Guide to Great Golf: How you can lower your golf scores by 4 or 5 strokes without practicing!
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The Golf Slice is a Common Problem in the Game of Golf
One of the most common causes for a higher than desired golf score is the slice shot. This is a problem mainly for beginner golfers, but still exists among the seasoned players as well.
The slice is when the golf ball's flight pattern curves from left to right, unless you are a left-handed player. Then the flight path would go from right to left.
The spin of the ball off of club impact determines the flight of the ball. When the golf ball is spinning clockwise it will cause the flight to travel in a clockwise arch.
On some golf shots, adding spin to the ball can be a good thing. When it happens every time you swing the golf club, with no control on your part, that is bad. There are several reasons that can cause you to slice the ball when you take a swing.
Lifting your head when you are making contact with the ball can cause a slice. When you lift your head, you are causing the club face to come across the ball instead of hitting straight through the ball. What you are actually doing is striking the ball from the outside to the inside causing a clockwise spinning of the ball.
If it is common that you tend to lift your head when swinging the golf club, remind yourself to keep your head down and your eyes on the ball through the shot. Practice this over and over until it becomes habit. This will allow you to hit through the ball straight and cause the ball to fly in a straight path. Keeping your shoulders in a strong, solid alignment during this process will also help matters.
Another common reason why you will slice the ball is trying to hit the ball as hard as humanly possible. Swinging the golf club that hard can cause your arms to pull the club in towards your body during impact, causing the ball to spin clockwise and slice to the right.
You can work on this cause by swinging softer and letting the golf club do all the work. Golf clubs are built with incredible technology in today's market and you do not have to swing with all your might to make a good golf shot.
Playing for accuracy instead of swinging for distance will put your ball in a better position for your next shot more times than not. Throughout the course of 18 holes, you can shave quite a few strokes off of your game just by being more accurate on your shots.
Once you start hitting the ball straight on a regular basis with no signs of a slice, then you can start trying to add a little distance to your swing. Try this advice and you will see an improvement in your score.