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So weird story. 2 years ago lost all ability to hit a driver. I'm naturally left handed but golf right. Long story short I had too many drinks grabbed my buddies lh driver hit it 300+ with a draw. After couple weeks said heck I'll be weird and hit a driver lh and rest of game right. Handicap instantly down 5 in matter of a month. Btw right handed average 240 yards left handed 290. Well swing faults with left driver are now present big push slices and I have tried about everything but I cant get the club square. If anyone has pointers that would be great. Thanks. I know no video, but no over the top and I'm dragging club handle

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27 minutes ago, Cvince3 said:

I know no video, but no over the top and I'm dragging club handle

Dragging the handle without the correct wrist movements to go with it can lead to an open clubface at impact. But without a video it's hard to determine the underlying cause of your problem.

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