Fix Golf Faults

What is your golfing problem

There is nothing more likely to spoil your enjoyment of the game of golf than a persistant golf fault. Luckily not matter what your golf fault is, we’ve got a range of lessons and drills to help you get back to hitting the golf ball straight and true.

Golf Slice Lessons

Video Preview of What Causes SlicesWhat Causes A Slice?

This short video explains what causes one of the most common shot shapes amongst club golfers…

Video Preview of Slice Fix - Check your AlignmentCure Your Slice For Good: Part 1 – Check Your Alignment

Don’t overlook this simple set up flaw. If you’re not meticulous with your alignment and the rest of your set up, it becomes very difficult to fix a golf slice long-term…

Video Preview of Slice Fix - Check your GripCure Your Slice For Good: Part 2 – Check Your Grip

Both a weak and a strong golf grip can cause a slice. Check your grip by following this guide…

Video Preview of Slice Fix - Check your Swing PathCure Your Slice For Good: Part 3 – Check Your Swing Path

Correct your golf slice by double checking your swing path…

Video Preview of Slice Fix - Rotate your HandsCure Your Slice For Good: Part 4 – Rotate Your Hands

Cure your golf slice by rotating your hands and forearms…

Video Preview of Slice Fix - Over ExaggerateOver-Exaggerate to Cure a Golf Slice

Want to know how to permanently cure a golf slice (or any fault in your game)? You must over-compensate so that in order to really feel the difference in your swing. See this video for more details…

Golf Slice Drills

Video Preview of Slice Drill #1 - Basket Gate DrillAnti Slice Drill #1

This, in my experience, is one of THE best drills for fixing a golf slice. It helps you develop the correct swing path. You may have seen it before but don’t discount it on that basis – work with it at the range in combination with the drills below and you’ll completely cure your slice…

Video Preview of Slice Drill #2 - Split Hands DrillAnti Slice Drill #2

This is a progression on the anti-slice drill above to help you achieve the ideal swing path through the ball…

Video Preview of Slice Drill #3 - Baseball Swing DrillAnti Slice Drill #3

Once you’ve achieved the correct swing path, rotating your forearms and hands correctly will give you the shot shape you’re looking for (straight or even a soft draw). This drill helps you with correct arm and hand rotation…

Video Preview of Slice Drill #4 - Golf Glove DrillAnti Slice Drill #4

Another drill to help you with proper forearm / hand rotation through the golf ball…

Video Preview of Slice Drill #5 - Driver DrillAnti Slice Driver Drill

Although the principles for curing a golf slice are exactly the same for a driver, its length and swing speed can make rotating the hands quickly enough difficult. Here’s a drill to fix that…

Anti-Shank Golf Drills

Video Preview of Golf ShanksFix Golf Shank Shots for Good

This anti-shank drill is simple yet very effective. Work with it for just a short period of time and you’ll fix those shank shots in no time…

Video Preview of Golf Shank Drill #1Golf Shank Fix Drill #1

This anti-shank drill is simple yet very effective. Work with it for just a short period of time and you’ll fix those shank shots in no time…

Video Preview of Golf Shank Drill #2Golf Shank Fix Drill #2

A follow-on from the drill above, this exercise will help you permanently eradicate shanks from your game…

Golf Hook Lessons & Drills

Video Preview of What Causes HooksWhat Causes A Hook?

This short video explains what causes a classic hook shot…

Video Preview of Hook Fix - Check your AlignmentCure Your Hook For Good: Part 1 – Check Your Alignment

Don’t overlook this set up flaw. If you’re not meticulous with your alignment and the rest of your set up, it becomes very difficult to fix a golf hook long-term…

Video Preview of Hook Fix - Check your GripCure Your Hook For Good: Part 2 – Check Your Grip

Make sure an incorrect grip isn’t at the source of your golf hook…

Video Preview of Hook Fix - Check your Swing PathCure Your Hook For Good: Part 3 – Check Your Swing Path

Correct your golf hook by checking your swing path through the ball…

Video Preview of Hook Fix - Hand Rotation Drill #1Cure Your Hook For Good: Part 4 – Anti Hook Drill #1

Snap-hooks occur when the rotation of the hands and forearms is too aggressive. This drill uses the feeling of a chip shot to help you get a feel for less hand and forearm rotation…

Video Preview of Hook Fix - Hand Rotation Drill #2Cure Your Hook For Good: Part 5 – Anti Hook Drill #2

Once you develop feel for hand and forearm rotation using drill #1, the drill will help you progress through fuller, more powerful swings but without excessive hand rotation…

Anti Thin / Topped Shot Tips

Video Preview of What Causes Topped Golf BallsWhat Causes A Thin & Topped Golf Shot?

An introduction to what a thin golf shot is and how it occurs.

Video Preview of Lifting Up Causing Topping the Ball Part 1Stop Topping The Ball: Part 1 – Lifting During The Swing

The first common fault that leads to thin golf shots…

Video Preview of Bending your Arms Causing Topping the BallStop Topping The Golf Ball: Part 2 – Bending The Arms

The second fault that leads to many topped or thin golf shots…

Video Preview of Ball Striking Drill to Stop Topping the Golf BallStop Topping The Golf Ball: Part 3 – The Best Ball Striking Drill

One of my favourite golf drills that promotes solid, crisp ball striking. You don’t need any other drill than this to prevent thin shots occuring on the golf course…

Anti Fat Tips

Video Preview of Golf Fat ShotsWhat Causes A Fat / Duffed Golf Shot?

An introduction to what a fat golf shot is and how it occurs.

Video Preview of Golf Fat Shot Drill #1Anti Fat Drill #1

Not all fat shots are as blatant as hitting several inches before the ball. Here’s a simple drill to see whether your hitting your shots a bit fat…

Video Preview of Golf Fat Shot Drill #2Anti Fat Drill #2

This drill will help both fat and thin golf shots…

Video Preview of Golf Fat Shot Drill #3Anti Fat Drill #3

This is a more advanced drill that can feel a bit awkward at first, but I encourage you to give it a try…