#3: THE SLICE
The slice is still one of the most common faults seen in amateur golfers. It's caused by the golfer at the top of their backswing having their arms and club too much in front of them. From there, it's too easy to come into the ball with too steep an approach into the ball, resulting in a big left to right curvature. Check out these very snazzy coffee cup and bucket drills. We've heard plenty of slice success stories with this drill, so give it a go this weekend and let us know how you get on!
Good news: you learn quickly to aim left for the next shot (if right handed)
Bad news: you're either hitting three off the tee, or chipping out sideways