Anti Slice Golf Drivers
- Good Or Bad?
Anti slice golf drivers have become increasingly popular in recent years, and it may seem strange to ask if they are actually a good thing or not. You may be surprised to hear that not everyone thinks that they are.
One of the reasons for the popularity of these clubs is that the drive is a shot that has a huge impact on a player's overall score. Of course in a sense you could say that about every type of shot, but if you hit a straight drive you are on your way, while a pull or a slice will put you in trouble right from the go.
The slice is the most common problem that players tend to have with the drive. The extra heave to get more power into the shot simply means that the club face does not hit the ball square on.
The simple advice may be to work on the swing, and of course this is a very logical answer and also the traditional way to go. However, with new developments in club design and technology, people have begun to wonder why not just use a club which corrects the problem for you?
An anti slice driver will be shaped in a particular way so that what would have been an off straight shot with a regular driver, with this club hits the ball straighter. It also tends to get the ball higher with more backspin, and the backspin will counteract the side spin of the slice.
Great! So why do some people not like them?
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