How do I stop slicing my driver?
What causes a slice with driver?
How do I stop my driver’s grip from slicing?
What is the most common cause of a slice in golf?
Will a weak grip cause a slice?
– They might grip the club too tightly. This will restrict the swing, the tightness of the grip will affect the arms, and the ball will slice.
How do you hit a driver straight?
How do I know if my driver shaft is too stiff?
Can standing too close to the ball cause a slice?
Does a closed club face cause a slice?
Why do I slice my driver when I swing hard?
Why do I hit the ground on my golf swing?
How far away from the ball should I stand when driving?
What causes a weak slice?
Slices are caused when the clubface stays open (angled outward) through impact, which puts sidespin on the ball. Often, beginners have a weak grip, which leaves the clubface open at impact. Instead, using a stronger grip helps you get the clubface square through the ball.
Does driver loft affect slice?
More loft equals more backspin, this backspin creates a more stable flight and minimises any negative effects of side-spin. Some golfers may argue that a 12-degree driver will lose them too much distance.