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Kodewolf, In this image below you said you get your hands in the position in grants swing later, thats the problem its to late by then and you have thrown all that stored energy way to early. When the club gets parallel to the ground that is where your hands need to be at that point.         Also take a look at this image it is the reason you are struggling with your slice and the flying wedge drill. You are coming up out of your posture (inclination to the...
It is possible for any swing to be a slice, but that swing is not a slice. He keeps his head behind the ball through impact and that allows the club to come from the inside-square-inside to produce a straight shot or possibly a draw. If his head was to get in front of the ball his shoulers would the start to turn too flat and that would cause his path to move to much inward and cause a slice.
The slice is one of the biggest things an amateur or beginner golfer faces more than any other shot when they first start there golfing careers. I wanted to share some of my thoughts on what the best way(s) to tackle this super fun game that can be vary frustrating when trying to correct or eliminate that slice.   The first thing everybody talks about is that you must start the downswing from the ground up. This I believe is true but there is more to it than that. You...
See the difference in where your hands are compared to Grants, once you get them there you will see a difference in speed and distance.         Try these drills.      
Try this. It helped me a lot. Its great for alignment etc.    
I play the G20 myself its a really nice club. It looks to me like you are hitting it off the heal in that video. A couple things to look at.         At impact your right elbow is to far away from your side, notice how close it is in the image on the left (Alvaro Quiros). Bend over a little more at address and on the down swing feel as if you are letting the elbow drop to your side. Relax your wrists and try to maintain the cup in your right hand.
Coming up out of your posture (early extension etc.) can cause you to hit it off the toe. You must maintain you inclination to the ground through impact. Make sure you are getting your weight left and keeping your head steady behind the ball though impact.
 Its basically how much the club face goes from open pre impact to closed post impact.
 No wonder golfers are not getting better, UNBELIEVABLE!
  What magazine was this in?
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