What Will I Learn?
A slice or block is the most common shot we see golfers hit and we know how frustrating it can be. The Stop Slice plan is our most popular tuition programme to date. Over the next 5 weeks we’ll guide you through a series of short tutorial videos all designed to tackle the key factors physically and technically that contribute to the slice shot. We’ll take you through easy to follow golf lessons focusing on both driver and iron shots. Alongside that we’ll help you improve your posture, mobility and strength with simple exercises that can be done from home or the at the gym.
These videos will build your confidence both on the tee and from the fairway. We’ll help you gain back some distance, and you’ll start seeing your ball split the middle of the fairway. Best of all you can do everything at your own pace!
What Will I need?
- Access to a driving range or practice facility
- Alignment sticks
- Tennis racket (optional)
- Resistance band (15 – 35lb strength)
- Gym mat (optional)
- An old golf glove
- Smartphone or tablet to watch the videos
Week 1: Causes of a Slice – Get the Basics Dialled In
Week 2: Controlling the Start of the Swing
Week 3: The Downswing Sequence
Technique: Stop the ‘Over the Top’ Move and Attack the Ball from the Inside, Whilst Still Maintaining Clubface Control
Week 4: The Finishing Point
Week 5: Taking It to the Course
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