Slicer solutions: Cup it in
A key ingredient to help the club face close in the down swing is to keep the back of my left hand and forearm aligned. In the first photo, the back of my left hand is facing to the right and my wrist is “cupped.” This would have the face open as it is on the same angle as the back of my left hand. In the other photo the back of my left hand is flat to my forearm. So the back of my left hand is facing to the sky and so is the club face. That would be a closed position and aid in you hitting it more to the left.
BRAD REDDING is owner and director of instruction of Brad Redding Golf at International Club of Myrtle Beach and is a Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher. He can be reached at 655-4720 or firstname.lastname@example.org.