GOLFTEC’s Nick Clearwater and Jon Levy discuss how knowing golf ball flight laws can help to fix your slice
In a past article discussing golf’s previously-misunderstood ball flight laws, we explain the detrimental effect a misperception of these laws can have on a golfer’s efforts to improve, and how the converse can provide an effective, factual starting place for improvement.
That’s a big deal in a game long dominated by opinion. Especially when it comes to the vast majority of golfers out there who slice the ball.
As our VP of Teaching Quality, Clearwater, explains, it’s not just about swing path or clubface direction, but rather a sum of the moving parts that creates specific ball flight characteristics.
For those slicers out there with an incorrect understanding of ball flight laws, this could mean all of that range time you’ve put in to fix the issue may actually be making things worse, not better. Ouch.
So learn step by step from Clearwater what needs to happen to FINALLY fix that slice of yours and hit the pretty draw you’ve always wanted!
Editor’s Note: This is an updated version of the original article posted on Aug. 22, 2016.