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Kenny87

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Ok so i have a slice i know more then 1 thing is causing it but last time out i noticed on hole 18 in my Stance my front foot was always about 1 inch or so back from my back foot towards target.. so A my aim would be off ... Also im wondering if since i was still trying to hit to where i wanted if that would have been biggest issue causing my slice i know this isnt the best post but advice if any

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Since you mentioned an open stance, I would recommend at least checking all of your quick fundamentals (aim/stance, grip, posture) just to make sure they're doing fine. Other than that, it's a bit hard to tell exactly what is causing your slice (besides the face being open to the path) without a swing video. I would bet though that it's likely partially due to coming over the top, but I wouldn't say that's exactly what is causing the slice without seeing a swing.

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Where the feet are aligned doesn't necessarily affect how you swing. That said, if you do swing along your toe line, an open stance would promote more of a leftward swing.

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Ok so i have a slice i know more then 1 thing is causing it but last time out i noticed on hole 18 in my Stance my front foot was always about 1 inch or so back from my back foot towards target.. so A my aim would be off ... Also im wondering if since i was still trying to hit to where i wanted if that would have been biggest issue causing my slice i know this isnt the best post but advice if any

An inch left or "open" isn't going to cause a big slice. More likely your weight isn't far enough forward or you're aimed way more left than you think.

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