Myth #7 The REAL Reason You Slice

Welcome to your seventh Myth from my 8 Myths Video Series…

Slicing is by far the most prevalent issue that most amateurs struggle with. And truth be told, the modern rotational swing method doesn’t offer much in way of a cure. But in this video, I’ll show you how the Square-to-Square method can help you eliminate your slice and hit straighter, longer shots more consistently.

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Here’s to playing better golf!

-Doug Tewell

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  1. Terry Neden
    3 February 2015 at 9:19 pm #

    Doug!
    You are right on with this approach. Too simple, right? Wrong! I'm 56, and play to a 6 or 8, but continually frustrated about not being able to go low (well, about a half dozen rounds near par, and career low of -2). I've always been athletic, but I'm tall, and at my age, about as flexible as yellow pine. I've taken your sq. to sq. seriously, and in two weeks am seeing more repetition in my ball striking than ever before. I've been playing over 100 rounds a year for the last 8+, always a student of the game, and finally feel like this is an approach that I can make permanent. I still hit the ball a good distance, but it's very rewarding to see those buggers flying in a very playable line, hit after hit.
    Hope sharing your technique is working out well for you, it sure is for me.

    Kind regards,
    Terryhack :)

  2. Paul
    26 March 2014 at 5:36 pm #

    About 9 years ago at age 60, I broke my wrist with a compound fracture in 4 places. I had a 4 hour operation done to put pins and screws into my wrist. I now can not flex my left wrist at the top of the back swing nor can I flex it like WE were told to do years ago> So, now my new 3/4 swing left me with much shorter drives and fads to the right. When I tried Doug's swing, I immediately had longer and straighter shots after hitting a small bucket of balls on the range, before I went out for my weekly game. I had a rough time on the first 4 holes, before I got use to the new swing. I then had 4 birdies and shot a 78, which is 3 strokes lower then my average. That was even after the bad first four holes. This swing works for me and it should work for older golfers like me. Thanks Doug!

  3. drew
    21 March 2014 at 7:47 pm #

    ahh.. since I saw the slice video I know what it means to block your shot (the hips, the hips)

  4. JOHAN
    21 January 2014 at 1:25 pm #

    i can see this is going to help me alot

    [email protected] PLS

  5. Colin---NZ
    27 November 2013 at 8:03 pm #

    Only watched the initial video for a few minutes then went out to hit 12 practice ballsAll shots finished within 4-6 metre radius.
    Played golf the next day and shot best first nine ever @ 39 on 20 H/C
    Finished with 42 stable fords best in past 12 months
    Distance was increased by 20-30 metres ant for once constituent lay straight. Nice to play seconds from the fairway. If putting was better would have broken 80. Noticed so many of elder golf ears doing the same thing most did not know why

  6. Chris Cavallaro
    22 September 2013 at 7:54 pm #

    I got the basic set of 2 DVD's in August and am happily amazed that I'm able to swing the club relatively well again! I've got a bulging disk in my low back and a partially torn left rotator cuff (I'm right-handed) so the old rotational swing would cause a lot of pain and I gave up the game. But I happened upon Doug's web site and kind of knew right away that this method might work for me. And it has! I'm still getting my driver swing together but my irons are more consistent than they've ever been. At 65 I can once again enjoy the game. Thanks, Doug!

  7. Douglas
    16 September 2013 at 4:11 am #

    Thank you very much. 5yrs and I had no clue why I slice.
    God bless you!

  8. Dan
    20 August 2013 at 4:50 pm #

    Watched 1 viedo and won a turament the next day. One one of my best rounds ever. Shoot over 100
    shot 83 with my handi cap for a net 58

  9. sequeira
    9 August 2013 at 12:58 pm #

    Eres muy bueno en esto te admiro eres lo maximo

  10. Danielle Parsons
    19 June 2013 at 5:18 pm #

    By using Square to Square, it is impossible for me to slice the ball. I had a slight draw when I was much younger and played in high school ( 1970's ). The best thing about 3/4 swing and Square to Square is that I can use this swing as I grow older.

    I sometimes pull the ball to the left of my target and that has made me work hard on my short game around the greens. Wonder if I should open up the club face slightly at address and experiment with that to see if I can stay on a straighter line to the target?

  11. Steve Williams
    17 June 2013 at 7:12 pm #

    Seems to work better for me on my irons, haven't hit them so well or consistently before.

  12. rick michael
    15 June 2013 at 6:54 pm #

    rick Michael
    Hello Mr. Doug Tewell. I did watch you when you played & loved your game. I used to be an Assistant Teaching Pro back in the dinosaur era & played many rounds with my friend Fred Funk (long-time tour player). Was a 3 hand. player for a long time. Became a Special Forces Operative (Airborne)& destroyed both rotator cuffs (surgically repaired) & LOST! my game. Gave golf up as I could NOT! stop the club from dropping down on backswing & hit mostly low & left & golf became NO! damn fun anymore. I have recently started trying again & I am getting pumped about your 3/4 swing & S to S method. Haven't tried it yet & am really desiring to be able to do it. I think the club going way back on backswing is mental as I don't do it on practice range. Can now play reasonable as a common hack & don't enjoy it. How in HELL! can I stop! the club from dropping way below level? I ordered your vids & am dying to try out your style, as I just adore playing actual golf. Can not play as a chop! Give me a small hint or tip if you can. I have been swinging in front of a big mirror & can swing as you suggest. how can I do it on the actual course? Thanks for any kind of response. Rick Michael

  13. Kenneth holmes
    1 June 2013 at 5:50 am #

    If you hit greats shots after one lesson
    Come back the next day ,
    And see if it works again.
    Because we humans
    Are so easily fooled ,
    By success,that does not last.

  14. Dave
    17 May 2013 at 10:29 am #

    Just recieved the bundle, watched the driver and general square to square swing dvds,
    what a difference. I am hitting the ball straighter more solid and longer. The most
    impressive part is with less effort and less arm and back pain. Well done Doug and crew.

  15. RichardGM
    1 May 2013 at 7:02 am #

    I watched the 1st episode late on a Friday and took the square -2-square method down to the course with no practise whatsoever.
    It was amazing but confusing !! I hit the ball amazingly straight (most of the time, it's not foolproof !) but longer. It took me a while on the course to adapt to the extra length.
    The square-2-square methods work. I'm finding it a bit more work with the Tee shot but I'm getting there.
    I've kept all 8 "myths" so I can go back & revise ...
    Oh I'm 64 and still learning, thank you.

  16. Vinko
    22 April 2013 at 9:47 pm #

    Doug,
    I have artificial leg above knee, on my left leg and I'm right hand golfer. I'm OK with irons but I have serious problems with long clubs and driver.
    Wondering, does your method would work for me?
    Thanks

  17. Richard Carrington
    11 April 2013 at 6:30 am #

    IS this series only available via DVD, or is there an online downloadable version?
    Thanks
    rc

  18. Nick Graff
    20 March 2013 at 6:24 am #

    Thanks Doug! That makes sense about clearance and I liked how you used your hand to show the space where the elbow and hips meet.

  19. Ron Owens
    4 March 2013 at 12:18 pm #

    Right on! Gotta start the downswing from the ground up as Nicklaus said. Once you're at the top of your backswing, whether it's a full backswing or 3/4, you must TURN your left side, trunk, core, whatever your key is, to the left. Your hands and arms and club will follow the movement of your body and come down inside your target line = square to square.

  20. Jim
    30 January 2013 at 5:05 pm #

    I have been watching your videos and am considering purchasing your discs. My question is a simple and straight forward one as it relates to a single plane swing.

    Is the square to square swing method similar to or the same as the swing developed by Moe Norman?

  21. BRUCE GALLO
    10 January 2013 at 8:53 am #

    HI DOUGH VERY GOOD TIPS IT MAKES SO MUCH MORE SENCE I AM 66 AND FEEL LIKE I HIT THE BALL MUCH MORE SQUARE.

  22. ron behnke
    4 January 2013 at 8:03 am #

    I got tip #1 and it went to tip #7. What about #2 thru #6 ? Ron

  23. Jim
    26 December 2012 at 7:03 am #

    I am interested in the square to square, especially being 67 and have lost some flexibility. However I would also like to see a faults and fixes section for quick reference.

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