Speaker 1: Your trajectory's a little bit low. Speaker 2: ... depending on the first kick.
Speaker 3: Oh, he got it! Speaker 4: He just won his second title. Speaker 5: Might be the best feat in Remax Long Drive history. Bobby Wilson: Hi, Bobby Wilson here, founder of The Power Golf Institute and Remax, four time, World Long Drive Champion. I want to do something for you today and give you a drill to stop the dreaded slice. I'm not even calling it the slice, it's dreaded, everybody knows it is. It's called the split hand drill. Most of you that slice the ball have never really felt the club release. Now, you say, "Bobby, when is the release?" It's a feel situation but what happens with this drill, it develops the feel and you learn how to release the club. What I want you to do first, take your good grip, remember, we want to have that neutral grip where our palms face each other. Now, take that right hand and slide it down a little bit. Notice how I've just separated my hands, it's the split drill, split hand drill. I'm going to take it back and swing it fast. Watch me again, split hand. Now, if I do this in slow motion, I want to show you what's going on with my right forearm. As we come down, it feels the ... See the extension, see how it rotates? See how the club is turning over? Now, if I get this good extension, it's pointing at the target before I go all the way through to my follow through, that's the release. So many times you're like this at impact, you slicers, you're across it. Notice that that club is behind me, I'm not getting it in front of me in that rotation. The split hand drill will help you develop the sensation of swinging the club head and releasing it, and getting rid of that dreaded slice. You know what's fun? Out-driving your buddies.