Hi, Dale Abraham here at the beautiful Desert Mountain Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. I want to help you understand how to not slice your driver and hit a ball straight. So, first we have to understand why it's important. A slice is a higher spin rate shot that makes the ball curve uncontrollably to the right. You lose distance, and you lose accuracy. You want to hit it long and straight, and to do that you've got to understand what happens. When you slice, your club path is swinging to the left of the target, spinning the ball to the right. So, the face is to the right of the path, and that spins the ball to the right. We want to get the club face square, get the path coming slightly inside-out, and that's going to spin a ball more to the left, or even straight. So, just as I would if I had a ping pong paddle and I wanted to make the ball curve to the left, I would swing that paddle as far to the right as I can. The more to the right I swing the paddle, the more the ball can curve to the left. So, that's what we want to do with the club head. We want to get the feel that if I'm trying to hit it right at the camera, I'm swinging this club head way out to the right, glancing across the back of the ball, and that's going to spin the ball to the left. So, once I've got that nice square club face with a good grip, I'm going to swing the club head to the right. The feeling of swinging the handle or the grip high into the right will help produce that nice path to the right with a club head, and that'll produce that nice little straight shot, or a slight draw, little right to left in the air. And, that's how to not slice your driver, hit it long and straight, and have more fun playing golf.