First your stance must be lined up correctly and not too open. Your grip must also be tight or perhaps your club itsself is not solid on impact with the ball. Your position at t-off must also be perfect. If you are too close or standing too straight up you will tend to slice. If you do not correctly T the ball high enough then you will reach for it and slice as well. And lastly follow through with your shot. If you pull your head up early you will slice the ball.
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There are so many causes of a slice that it's impossible to say. The real slice is from hitting the ball with an open clubface. This is usually caused by hitting the ball before the clubhead has caught up with the hands, although a weak grip that hinders closing the clubface is also a major contributor. Hitting off the toe will also cause the ball to go in the slice direction. There are probably more cures than players. "Seek professional help" is the best answer, because the only way to figure out why you slice is to have someone who knows what to look for watch you swing. That being said, how can I resist offering my own advice? I find that if I swing smoothly, without trying to kill the ball with my arms, I am much less likely to slice. And I hit the ball a mile. The only way I can guarantee I won't slice, however, is to play a hole with all the trouble on the hook side. (This notice provided for the humor impaired: that was a joke.)
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