How to swing more in to out with your driver. If you tend to swing over the top or have a slice then this weeks golf lesson will really help.

In order to swing more in to out in the downswing I highlight 3 things you must do to make it possible.

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  1. I was a huge slicer for years, finally this year I very rarely hit a slice.
    However every now and again though I'll hit a horrible pull hook straight out of bounds.
    Any ideas?

  2. Great 3 point checklist, really appreciate the basics of a draw, I have suffered from the out to in swing path for many years, so hard to train my memory not to aim left to allow for the dreaded slice, hopefully these basic checkpoints will improve my driver consistency and re-train my memory for an in to out swing path ……thanks so much…….

  3. As an older golfer, I have found I hae had to change my body address to the ball. If I line up with the ball in line with my left heel, I tend to slice. If I move so the ball is left of centre, I get more distance, and a straighter swing! Just passing this on.

  4. Great tutorial – can you just clarify one thing about the "parallel left to target", isn't having the body pointing left of target just setting up for a slice/fade? If not is this how you should set up for irons as well or just driver?

  5. Have looked at many others giving advice on this topic here on YouTube, this is by far the most well presented and informative of the lot . Thanks for posting , top class .

  6. Great video and content Danny, this should help many of golfers trying to achieve this ball flight, which most are. Keep up the great work and teaching 👍

  7. Danny, I used this approach today on the course – great success. The only adustment I had to make was to tee up a bit higher. I normally use the white castle tees i.e. about 1.25" but they don't give enough height to "sweep up" on the ball. This method (I think) also gave me more top-spin and distance. Excellent Video !

  8. Awesome Video! I struggle with a fade and slices with the driver. As a former tennis player this video makes it very understandable why most of try to square the face with the movement of the shoulders instead of letting the hands control how to shut the face! Helped me! Thx a lot!

  9. Cheers Danny found this video yesterday & tried it at the range. It felt strange, like I was really flat on my backswing like the club was really shallow arc – it worked though 🤗👍

  10. Danny you are now my golf role model. I learn more from you than any other instructor. You could probably be my role model in other areas of my life but let's stick to golf for now. Serious thanks for your help.

  11. Just saw this excellent video. This concept of disassociation is missing from most teaching. I know I am so focused on concepts like "connection" and "synchronizing the arms and body" that I never have my arms swinging freely. More videos stressing this one point would be very helpful. Thanks!

  12. Trying to hit it too hard makes me swing over the top. Short irons or finesse shots are dead straight but when I want to go for extra yards I get all kinds of slices.