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I've been Playing Golf for: 3 years on off

My current handicap index or average score is: 100+

My typical ball flight is: Slice/topped ball

The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Slice/top ball


Fist shot I topped the ball.

Second shot was great contact but had a slice on it

Third shot started great but couldn't get over a tree so not sure of path

Fourth shot was almost perfect ball flight

And last is the first shot I took but in slow motion.

These shot are all on different holes, not one hole.

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Going to feel very awkward at first but it will help. There is some stuff going on in the back swing that is making it very hard to perform a solid downswing consistently.

On the back swing the hips are sliding back.  The feet being too square at set-up is part of the problem, not allowing your hips to turn.

My recommendation to make it easier to get the weight forward at impact.

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so your saying i should open my feet up slightly.

And now that i look at that picture you posted, am I bring the cub to far back in my back swing?

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Originally Posted by xsv345

so your saying i should open my feet up slightly.

And now that i look at that picture you posted, am I bring the cub to far back in my back swing?

Yes may not look like a lot but it will FEEL like a lot.  Turn them out a decent amount, like I said 25 degrees.  I wouldn't worry about whether the club is going back too far, if it looks long it's just a reaction to what the pivot is doing.  Again the hips slide back, gotta do something to feel like you make a "full" turn.

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