I've been Playing Golf for: Since I could stand on my own two legs
My current handicap index or average score is: 80-85
My typical ball flight is: Cut that gets more pronounced as the clubs get longer, flight itself is pretty good, piercing, good launch angle, etc.
The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: The Cut/Fade/Slice.
I have been playing golf my whole life and have just gotten serious about it. I also have had this slice for my whole life and I have improved it steadily over the years but now I have hit a wall which is extremely frustrating. Hank Haney said the only way to become a better golfer from a slice is to work to a hook and then from there to a good golf shot... I would like to eventually be able to shape shots but if it could just go straight, I would be perfectly happy. Any glaring things in the swing I am missing? Any tips or drill? Thanks!
I am gripping EXTREMELY down because of a low ceiling. I do not normally grip that low. I grip the golf club like a normal person. As far as neutral/strong/weak though, that is how I normally grip, if it makes a difference.