Videos Easy Stop Your Slice Drill 7 years ago 18 Under Par Easy stop your slice drill with Meandmygolf PGA Golf Professionals Piers Ward and Andy Proudman. 18 Under Par See author's posts Continue Reading Previous Golf Shots of the Month – September 2013Next Golf Chipping Left Hand or Right Hand 22 thoughts on “Easy Stop Your Slice Drill” Nice video guys. He was aiming at the trees in the clip wasn't he ? Reply Great video, it couldn't come at a better time. I filmed my swing and saw scooping and a chicken wing. Reply I have tried this drill from your previous video and my driver fairway hit increases from 40% to 55%. I am still afraid of really rotating my forearm even I am not hooking my shot. But the result is there, great drill. Will practice more on this drill with the increase the lag drill. Again, great videos and nice to see different angles from your videos. Reply Great tip and explanation. Thanks guys. Question when will you have promotional products avilable? Like shirts and hats? Reply Super video 🙂 – would you say that the right should do the same in the backswing? Sort of "catch the rain" on the top of the swing? Reply I am guessing the name is from the main character of the movie waterboy, booby boucher Reply Nothing like being optimistic, going from 21 handicap to single figures in a year………yeah right! Reply In "Drive The Golf Ball 300 Yards!" video, you mentioned when the right side takes over. My question is when the right side takes over, do I feel like pushing with right arm while left arm is rotating down ? Thanks for the great videos. Reply Bobby Boucher is the main character in the film "The Waterboy" perhaps that is where the name came from? Reply HI Joe, think those trees are closer than they look and it is a dog leg right. Reply Hi sorry for the late reply. It is very difficult to say what you should feel but we would say that there would be less of the pushing with the right but definitely having the lead arm rotate through impact. The majority of people push too much with the right hand so getting it in a good delivery position is more important. Hope that makes sense. Reply Thanks Reply Thanks. I think it was a dog leg right and you can cut the corner. Reply Hi Fernando. Thanks for the comment. We are hoping to have some products available before Christmas. We are very close to launching the website now so things are moving fast. Keep your eyes peeled for the launch. Reply Hi Christian, thanks for the comment. To a certain degree yes, the right palm will be catching the raindrops at the top. More like a waiter holding a drinks tray though. Reply That just means the hole bends just like a dogs leg. Reply i guessing that the name came from the movie "The Waterboy" where the lead role played by Adam Sandler was named Bobby Reply Quick question, why is it deemed ,that a "draw" is OK, yet a slice/fade is portrayed as a bad shot.confused,as a regular fader/slicer I finish on the fairway quite regular, so its a bit confusing as most instructors try and get you away from the fade/slice.?? Reply Hi Julian. A fade and draw are both good shots that finish on target. A slice and hook are the bad shots that finish off target. Many golfers still associate a fade with a bad shot but if you can repeat what ever shot shape consistently that that's what matters. Fade is still good in our books! Reply I´ve been struggling with the Driver for 6 months hitting terrible slices while I´ve been hitting dead straight shots with all my irons. I saw this video yesterday and tried "catch the rain drops" today, and it cured my slice with the Driver within 15 minutes!!!! Thanks a lot guys! Reply Huge fans of you guys, Started playing golf consistently in August…I would say I check up on your videos 3-5 times a week. You always have great advice. After every tip I get from you I'm always itching to get back out the on the track to get better..Thanks for the advice and keep up the good work Reply wait! what? Look at his FEET at 1:18. Isn't his foot position the problem? The ball travels in a straight line, but his feet are in line with the trees. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.