Fixing a golf slice is best done by focusing on correcting your swing mechanics. This was my problem, poor swing mechanics and no new clubs were going to fix that. I did however want to share five things I learned when I went through the process of fixing my swing.
1. Stay out of trouble with your driver, sounds simple but it is harder than you think. One of the best ways to do this is to swing easy and let the club do the work. When at the range focus on an easy and fluid swing with callaway razr x hl irons. I would much rather hit it 250 yards straight then hit it 325 and be in the rough or worse O.B.
2. Most people slice the ball because they cut across the ball. This is caused by several different reasons. The best way to cut down on slicing is to focus on coiling your body and sweeping the ball off the tee instead of hitting down or across the ball with razr x hl irons.
3. During setup check to make sure that you have V's. Many things can cause a slice, but most often the grip is the source of the trouble. Here's how to fix it with razr x black driver: Make sure that when looking down at address, you should see the first two knuckles of your left hand and a "V" formed between the thumb and forefinger pointing toward your right shoulder.
4. Another common reason for slicing is hitting the ball on the back of the club face or the hosel. This usually happens because your weight is too much on the front of your feet. Also, don't stand too close to the ball, let your hands hang freely and then rest the club in your hand to line up correctly.
5. For a proper swing with razr x black let your arms lead and smoothly draw the club away with your arms, and let your body follow. Your left shoulder and hips will turn obediently, naturally transferring weight to your right side you should have about 90% on the back foot at the top of your swing.
These are five things that I learned while fixing my swing. Take it from me fixing that slice is easier than you think but it just takes some time and patience on your part.