Hi. Dale Abraham here at the beautiful Desert Mountain Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. I want to help you stop slicing your driver. So, why is it important to not slice your driver? A slice with a driver is a real high-rate spin shot, so you're going to lose tons of distance and accuracy. So, understand the physics behind this first. When you're slicing your driver, your path of your club as you come into impact isn't traveling towards the target, it's probably traveling well left of the target with a face a little bit to right of the path, that's what produces a slice. We want to get that face square and the path coming slightly inside out, or to the right of the target, and that's going to produce a straighter shot or more or a draw, a lower spin shot or one that hits it quite a bit farther. So, first of all, get the grip in the fingers of your lead hand. So, with a right-handed golfer, my left hand, I want the club to lay across the fingers of my hand, I put the pad on top so the line of my thumb and index finger point to my right shoulder. The same thing with my right hand. As I put that on, I want that line between the thumb and index finger to point to the right shoulder, that should help me square the face at impact. From there, I also want the feel of swinging the grip out to the right of the target so I can get that nice, sweet inside out path of a couple degrees. And that's how I stop slicing and hit my driver long and straight.