To induce too much back/sidespin onto the ball causing it to fly dramatically from left to right. (Granted you're a right handed player)
A type of golf shot in which the flight path of the ball is influenced as a result of clockwise spin (for right-handed players) imparted by the club face being open at impact. Cure Your Slice
To hit (the ball) so that the face of the club draws across the face of the ball and deflects it.
A shot that curves violently to the right. This is the most common ball flight for a beginner.
A ball curving sharply to the right due to an outside-in swing path and an open club face at impact.
When a golfer takes a shot that curves from left to right, the opposite applies to left-handed golfers. A slice is the result of too much backspin.
A shot hit with both backspin and sidespin; as a verb, to hit such a shot.
A shot that curves from the left to the right.
You use Backspin to perform this type of shot. Often used as a defensive shot to return fast served ball deep into your opponents court and slow the game down. Similar in execution to the Drop Shot.
A specific left-to-right trajectory shape for a golf ball created by a significant tilt of the spin-axis to the right. This is opposite for lefties. A slice usually ends up right of the target line, and the term is often used when the curve in the trajectory is extreme and unintentional. The less extreme version of a slice is called a fade.
hit a ball and put a spin on it so that it travels in a different direction
hit a ball so that it causes a backspin
a ball flight that curves from left-to-right (for right-handed golfers, right-to-left for the left handed)
a curving shot with a lot of sidespin which sends the ball left to right rather than straight
an action of the ball spinning clockwise
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a shot that spins off to the right (for righties) or off to the left (for lefties)
a specific left-to-right trajectory shape for a golf ball created by a significant tilt of the spin-axis of the golf ball to the right, or a clockwise spin
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Mis-hit where the ball curves dramatically left for right-handed players or right for left-handed players.
A ball that curves from left to right to a greater degree than a fade.
A shot in tennis that slows the speed of the ball and makes it bounce lower.
Faulty shot which curves left to right in the air (right-handed player).
Assuming a right-handed player, a shot that tends to start to the left of the target and curves to the right of the target.
(rally) hitting a tennis ball with underspin; (service) serving with sidespin
To induce backspin onto the ball causing it to move from inside to out on your swing. Opposite is Hook. From a right-handed perspective; arcing the ball to the left with side spin
Ball curves to right of line for right-handed player.
a poor shot that, for a right-handed golfer, curves sharply to the right (may occasionally be playedintentionally but is difficult to control)
a ball that travels sharply right by a right-handed player, it would travel left for a left-handed player.
A ball flight which curves to the right of the target. (If made by a right handed player; to the left if made by a left handed player.)
a shot that travels dramatically from left to right for a right-handed player.
A shot that curves sharply from left to right (for a right-handed player).
A shot that uses backspin to create a low bounce and travels back in the direction from where it came.
A shot that tends to start to the left of the target and curve to the right of the target, most often more that the player desires (assuming a right-handed player.) A slice is the most common shot among amateur golfers.
To hit the ball with the racket oblique so the ball loses speed and bounces lower.
A backspin serve or shot,that makes the ball stay in the air longer.
A shot that curves strongly from left to right as a result of sidespin. The converse applies to a left-handed player.
The opposite to the hook where the ball flight that is severely curving to the right for a right handed player ( vice versa for a left handed player ). To help overcome a slice please contact one of our Women Pros or your local PGA professional.
Ball flight with a left to right curve for RH golfers, or right to left curve for LH golfers.
For a right-hander, this is a shot that curves away considerably to the right.
When a right-handed player strikes the ball such that it curves sharply from left to right.
A shot that curves sharply to the right (for a right-handed golfer).
To induce too much backspin onto the ball causing it to travel through the air following outside to inside on your swing. Opposite is Hook.
A shot that curves strongly from left to right, for a right-handed golfer, because of clockwise rotation. As a verb, to hit such a shot.