Closed Clubface Can Be The Cause Of Your Slice

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Most people believe an open clubface is the root cause of the dreaded slice. But in most instances it is the fact that the clubface is too closed on the downswing that then makes the golfer cut across the ball and add loft back to the club- opening it into impact rather than closing it. Watch this video to find out more.


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