First, I hit my driver over 300 yds so I know a little about this.
With your driver, tee the ball up off your left foot, make sure that
you have a strong grip(I mean in position, not in grip pressure) This
grip has the V's from both hands pointing to the right shoulder. This
is very important to stop slicing.Take a wide stance for power and to
prevent you from swaying back as you start your backswing. Let your
hands and arms reach for the ball slightly( don't streatch this too
much).Make a smooth back swing only until your hands are at shoulder
level(for now) then smoothly accelerate the club through the ball
making sure that you don't raise or lower your body while swinging and
watch the ball ! Try to keep your lower body fairly quiet and just
reacting to the swinging of the club.Don't try to over analyse. Just
swing the club at the ball.
> Looking for some advice, with the knowledge that it is difficult to give (and
>take) advice without seeing a person's swing; that being said...
> I can't hit any woods. Tried various makes and models and everything seems
>to slice wickedly. This in and of itself may not be unusual, but the thing
>is, I can swing my irons pretty well. I am comfortable with everything up to
>a 4iron and am consistent in length and direction (a slight fade) with all of
>them. Ball flight tends to be high (Ping Eye2); swing speed in the high 90s
>(with a driver).
> Does anyone else have/had this problem? BTW, I sorta follow Hogan's
> Thanks for any insight.
>Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. USA