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5 draw-biased drivers that’ll help you correct a slice: ClubTest 2021 (golf.com)

5 draw-biased drivers that’ll help you correct a slice: ClubTest 2021

The ball peels off the clubface at impact with its sight set on the trees lining the right side of the fairway. For some golfers, this is a common result. Of all the penalizing misses golfers fight on the course, the slice is the most common by a wide margin.

The arms get stuck on the downswing, resulting in an open face at impact. We’ve all been there.

A certified instructor can help you fix that pesky slice. But if you’re looking for some additional insurance, a draw-biased driver deserves serious consideration. With more weight positioned in the heel of the head or a face design that’s purposely closed, it’s easier to square up the club at impact and keep the ball in play.

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