Most golfers think that hitting slices or pull shots are a result of a bad golf swing. The golf grip can easily feel overwhelming when you start to pick it apart, but a simple change in your grip can alter how you are shaping your shots.
This week, Golfweek's Steve Scott and Averee Dovsek explain how a strong left hand in your grip can help minimize slices and unwanted shots. Check out this week's video to see this tip in action.
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