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slicing wood's/driver but not irons

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Originally Posted by EverythingGolf

You can use head covers instead of baskets.

Until you have to run out on the practice range to retrieve said headcovers..

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Originally Posted by Th3R00st3r

Until you have to run out on the practice range to retrieve said headcovers..

lol..Just drive a couple of stakes through them and your good.

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Originally Posted by Spencer6392

Any ideas how I can make that playable

Aim down the left hand side of the hole (assuming you're a right hander)?

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Originally Posted by Spencer6392

I've done some studying of my swing and I realized my swing on my driver is a straight slice or straight fade

This video will help you visualize how to get the club to come more from the inside. You are swinging out-to-in (OTT) and that is causing the straight slice.

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