With any sport, when you are a beginner it takes time to learn the nuances of the game. In golf, it takes time to develop a consistent repeatable golf swing
Most new golfers struggle to hit the ball straight. The natural tendency is to hit a slice (a golf shot where the ball will travel from left to right in arc for right handed players and a right to left arc for lefties).
For some, this is an issue that they will deal with for many years, if not for their entire life as a golfer. This does not have to be the case, there are golf tips for beginners and seasoned golfers alike that will help you correct and even eliminate your golf slice.
Here are some golf tips for beginners that will help you eliminate your golf slice.
Everything begins with your grip. Your grip is the only place where you are in contact with the golf club. Take time to review your grip. If your grip is flawed, then your chances of hitting a good solid shot are greatly reduced. The proper grip is referred to as a neutral grip. This is when the "Vs" formed by the thumb and forefinger on each hand is pointing towards the right shoulder.