i've always hit a nice little power fade. well towards the end of the year, this year, it has turned into a slice. I recently watched a video on Dustin Johnson's swing and took away the tip to get bowed left wrist (for RH swing). I went to the range last night and hit about 50 balls with just my driver, 7 iron, and 4 iron and i bet i gained 20 yards of distance on each swing, as well as a nice little fade. i will always hit a fade because i shift my weight and move my hips so fast, but when the club face is open as bad as it was it turns into a slice or extreme pull. by squaring my club face and bowing my left wrist my swing is smoother and am catching everything flush. because my club face is getting so much more square now then it was before, i did pull some shots pretty bad, but i knew that would be an issue because i have always slowed my hips down sometimes when i was slicing the ball bad. now i just need to get my hips moving at the same pace for every swing. i went out and played 4 holes after i hit the range and hit all 4 fairways, driving the ball about 310-320, and swinging more free and smoother than before. i did however struggle with 1/2 and 1/4 shots with my wedges, but i know with more practice i can sync up my hips.