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Tip no. 11 - The Push Slice
with Pachesham Golf Academy

Not only is the push slice generally a weak shot, it will also leave you far from the fairway or green, in the thick stuff or out of bounds.

Please note: all lessons refer to right-handed golfers

The push slice starts right of the target and curves further right.

Any of three possible swing paths can help to cause it, so follow these easy steps to keep it at bay...

Curing the Push Slice:

• Make sure your stance is square (use alignment sticks or a golf club).

• Swing down the target line - not in-to-out.

• Strengthen your grip to a neutral position to square up the clubface at impact.

• Keep the hands and arms relaxed allowing the clubface to release properly.


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