Most golfers usually try to avoid hitting a cut shot because they are usually inconsistent and end up putting us on another fairway.
However, a proper cut (also known as a slice) can be an incredibly useful tool, particularly for getting a little more distance around those dog legs.
As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed Richard Caiolfa the Head Golf Professional at Rich River Golf Club Resort in New South Wales where he teaches us:
- Why a cut shot (or slice shot) is not always a negative thing!
- Two ways to create the shot
- A simple trick with a basket (or other object) to help us aim the club for the slice
Which will ultimately…
- Help us hit a good cut and get a little more distance around a corner
To watch the “Tip from the Pro” click the Play Button in the video below.
Personal Invitation to join me at a Golf University Workshop / Tournament
If you love your golf and are committed to improving your game then I would love to personally invite you and your golfing friends to join me at one of our Golf University Workshops / Tournaments.
Our Golf University Workshops / Tournaments are held regularly at some of the great Golf Courses we have featured in the Golf Getaway shows.
I look forward to playing golf with you in person and having my golf experts helping you improve your game at the same time.
Until next episode
To the green in regulation!
Andrew “Mirror” McCombe