Jeff Ritter from the PGA shows you how to eliminate your slice by focusing on your swing shape. The way this is done is by eliminating any bad waggle from your gold swing. In order to correct this you take two balls. The first ball is set behind the tee about a foot back. A second ball is then placed a little further back by about two inches and close to your position. The first ball is noted as the inside ball and the second is noted as the outside ball. What you do from here is on your back swing you bring the club up over the outside ball and on the down swing you bring it over the inside ball and then into contact with a ball that is teed. This will adjust your natural swing shape to one that will help you not slice the ball any longer. Great video tip that helps you adjust your swing.
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