Assuming you're a right-handed player, the ball goes left because either
1. you are pulling it, by coming across the target line from outside to inside with the clubface closed, or
2. you are hooking it, coming across the line from inside to outside with the clubface square or somewhat closed.
Actually, if you are coming from slightly inside and hitting it with a square clubface, that's a draw, and it's usually considered to be a good thing. The motion from right-to-left will be relatively gentle, and if you can learn to control it you can get excellent carry and roll from that shot, as well as being able to bend it around obstacles.
You may be aiming right without knowing it. One of the major causes of a slice with high handicap golfers is an open club face at impact. You need to turn your hands over through impact to ensure you hit it straight.
For a right handed golfer, poor aim, poor alignment, open club face at impact or an out to in swing path.
To cut a golf shot, or fade the golf ball, (for a right handed golfer) aim your body where you want the ball to start, and aim the club face where you want the ball to finish. You should then swing out to in, and the ball should start left and turnover to the right.
A shot that starts straight, or to the left and then works right is known as a fade. (For right handed golfers) --------------- For right handed golfers a Slice is a shot that curves to the right and a Hook is a shot that curves to the left.
Stand with your feet/body and shoulders aiming left (where you want the ball to start) point the club face to the right (where you want the ball to finish) and swing along you body line with an out to in swing path.
(For a right hander) A fade is a shot in golf, which starts to the left of the target line and moves back towards the target. For a right hander it is a left to right shot, for a left hander it is a right to left shot. A fade is quite a nice shot to hit, it is useful when trying to get a shot to land softer, or take a couple of yards of a club.
Ben Hogan was a fader of the ball. He started out as a hooker due to his strong grip but later weakened his grip to fade the ball and go on to win many golf tournaments.
Stand with your feet where you want the ball to start, and point the club face where you want the ball to finish. Swing out to in, across the line of your body holding the face open as you go. The ball will start left and turn over to the right (for right handed golfer)
A "banana ball" in golf is an uncontrollable slice. A slice is a shot that curves in the air hard from left to right (for right-handers). It is common among beginners and high-handicap players.
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It is a golf ball that has the logo of a resort/golf course printed on the ball.