Question: Why Does My Golf Ball Go Straight Right?

A right-handed golfer hitting the ball to the right of the target but on a straight line is hitting a push shot.

Ball Position: The ball might be too far back in your stance.

This causes you to make contact when the club is still swinging to right field.

Why does my golf ball always go right?

A slice is any shot that curves hard to the right in the air (for a right-handed player). Golfers often find themselves in the woods after hitting a slice. A slice shot is caused by a poor grip and setup, an outside-to-in downswing path and an open clubface.

How do you drive a golf ball straight?

Method 2 Driving with Control and Accuracy

  • Tee the ball halfway. Place your golf tee in the ground with some depth.
  • Put the ball low in your stance. Stand so that your golf ball is only a few inches behind your left toe.
  • Take a narrow stance.
  • Grip lower on the club.
  • Pull the club up and back.
  • Swing!

How do I stop slicing my drive?

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How do you fix a slice?

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How do you fix a right hook in golf?

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