Slicing the ball is frustrating isn't it? Been there done that for years to point where I all but quit golfing for about 6 months. I finally got sick and tired of sucking at golf and decided to do something about and you can too.
1. The impact, I started to focus on what was causing my slice. Focusing on what your club face is doing at the point of impact will tell you quite a bit. You may be swinging inside out causing you to slice or you may be opening your shoulders on the downswing causing your rbz irons for sale to lag behind and open the face causing a slice. Understand why you slice and fixing it becomes easier.
2. Examine your grip on the club. First thing is first, loosen your grip. If your hands hurt by the end of the round then you are gripping the rbz irons too tight. Secondly, if your swing is fundamentally sound but you still slice then focus on your grip as a potential reason for that slice.
3. Addressing the ball and your stance. Make sure you are aligned properly, I can't tell you how many golfers I see that line up right and surprise, surprise they hit it right. Furthermore, if you slice with taylormade 2.0 irons for sale do not aim left to compensate. I did this and it caused me to loose distance and not fix my slice. Go to the source and fix the slice not compensate for it.
4. The back swing is another area I focused on. If your back swing is too much up and not enough around, then the club is going to approach the ball on an angle that is too steep. This is the cause for slicing with taylor made burner 2.0 irons.
5. The down swing, make sure you start down without any lift or push forward with your arms. Your weight should shift to the front foot and your body should turn toward the target.
This is my five step guide to finding out why I sliced and what to focus on to fix my slice. Stop compensating for your slice but instead I want you to fix it and start having fun at golf once again.