The slice is the bain of many golfers' lives. Few of us appreciate what actually goes on in the swing to cause the slice.
In basic terms the ball slices when the clubface travels across the target line and is open as it strikes the ball. That imparts spin on the ball that sends it curving left-to-right in the air.
To avoid the slice shot you must learn to attack the ball more from an inside arc so that the clubface is square when it strikes the shot. One way to do so is to increase the width in your swing so that hands keep good distance from the centre of the chest.
Watch this video instruction tip to help you cure your slice for good.