You can practice eliminating a slice by training your swing using this unorthodox household item.
I’m sure you’ve seen golf instructors all over the internet using different types of training aids, gadgets, and tools to help mold the perfect golf swing. So have I, but, I’ve never once seen any instructor pull a utensil out of a kitchen drawer for the purpose of working on the swing path and clubface location. It might sound crazy, but Director of Teaching Quality, Brad Skupaka, is really onto something with this drill using a common dinner fork.
As unconventional as this sounds, it really does make sense. And the more you practice your swing and focus on where the fork is pointing, the easier it’s going to be to naturally keep your clubface closed throughout the entire swing. Plus, if your mind is concentrated on a darn fork, a slice is the last thing you’re going to think about.
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