Fix your slice with the Diagonal Ball Drill

By: Phillip Akers | Sat 24 Jun 2017 | Comments ()


The slice is a common shot among the majority of amateur golfers and can be caused by a number of different factors. One of the typical reasons behind the slice is to do with club path, and Phil Akers explains how to neutralise your swing path and starting bring the club down on a much more successful path into the golf ball.

The diagonal ball drill immediately requires you to hit the golf ball with a much better club path, as anything that is over the top or too much from right to left will cause you to make contact with either of the other two golf balls set up in the drill.

This drill along with the ball flight gives you immediate feedback on the range and helps you understand which path will be more successful in the future for your game and your specific golf swing. 


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Phillip Akers is the Senior Coach at The Belfry and he is experienced in coaching all levels of player, specialising in Junior Development and Elite level coaching. Phillip measures, tweaks and tests his clients performance using Trackman and high speed video analysis whilst providing tangible results using Strokes Gained data.

To find out more about Phillip you can visit: @PhilAkersGolf, Facebook: www.facebook.com/philakersgolf or via: www.thebelfryacademy.com


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Phillip Akers is the Senior Coach at The Belfry and he is experienced in coaching all levels of player, specialising in Junior Development and Elite level coaching.

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