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My belt buckle points well left of my target in the follow through. How much of a problem is this?

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This is most common with my driver. I film my swing regularly trying to figure some things out, and today I noticed that my belt buckle points pretty far left of my target (I'm a right handed player) in my follow through. Among some of the other common causes of a slice, I'm wondering if this could be a contributing factor? I know you always hear about "pointing your belt buckle at the target" so I'm just seeking some information on this It's too dark to be out hitting balls now to test this theory out so I thought I'd drop by here and see what you all thought and if it's something I should concentrate on.

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Among some of the other common causes of a slice, I'm wondering if this could be a contributing factor? I know you always hear about "pointing your belt buckle at the target" so I'm just seeking some information on this It's too dark to be out hitting balls now to test this theory out so I thought I'd drop by here and see what you all thought and if it's something I should concentrate on.

Belt buckle should point left somewhat, shouldn't be aimed exactly at the target. Obviously too much isn't great either. Check this out

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