Hi, Dale Abraham, here at the beautiful Desert Mountain Club in Scottsdale, Arizona and I wanna help you fix your slice with your irons. So, first of all, we have to understand what a slice is. A slice, with an iron, is a ball, for a right handed golfer, that curves uncontrollably to the right. How does that happen? Well, the club is actually swinging much more to the left of the target, of our intended target, and the face is much more to the right. So, why is this important to fix a slice? Well, a slice is a weak shot, so it's gonna rob you of distance, gonna rob you of accuracy, and consistency. So, we wanna fix it to shoot lower scores. So, how do we fix it? Number one is understand that the face is much more to the right of the direction of the path of the club head, so we have to fix the face first. The way to do that is to actually insure that you've got your grip on properly. We wanna grip the club in the fingers of your lead hand, your left hand, and we want the line between the thumb and index finger to point to your trail shoulder. So, when I grip this, I can always actually grip the end of the club, the club head end, wrap my hand over the tops of this line that points to my right shoulder, and when I do that, you'll see that the club lies in the fingers of my left hand. So, we wanna do that once we get the grip in there, same thing here, and then, with the right hand, we want the same line, thumb and index finger, to point up towards that trail shoulder. Once we've done that, we've got a nice, square grip, or a neutral grip, that's gonna allow us to deliver the club head back to the ball in a square motion. So, that's really important. That's the start. The second part is getting the path to travel at our target, or maybe even slightly to the right of it, a little inside out, with that square face is gonna produce a nice straight shot, and that's how you're gonna fix your slice. Get the face square, get the path coming down our target line, or slightly to the right where it's coming at the target, and then you'll hit longer, straighter, more consistent shots.