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You are most likely swinging the club from too far outside and over the top. I had the same problem. I suggest you spend some time at the range with an alignment stick or a cheap substitute like a yard stick or even an iron. Lay it on the ground on the opposite side of the ball from you and point it right at your target. When you swing your driver, use a slow back swing and on the down swing keep the swing parallel with that sick and stay on the inside of it. This will keep your swing nice and straight. Make sure you follow thru with your hips....and finish with what some people call the super hero pose...belt buckle pointed at the target, chest out, and upright!
Keep practicing and let us know how its going.
While I now have some hook issues, to correct my slice, I did what Derrick told you. I guarantee you are coming over the top and outside. What are your divots like? Does the divot almost aim to the left of your target? If so you are definitely coming over the top. Another thing to add to Derrick's advice would be when placing the ball down, try to use the logo on the ball and put it to the back left of the ball. Think of a bird's eye view right over the ball. Position the ball so the logo is at about 7 o'clock. If you do that, try and hit the logo every time with the sweet spot of your club. Michael Breed recommended that once on his show and its amazing how much it helped. Probably more mental than anything but my god did that work.
Nope. The biggest factor in where the ball starts is the direction the clubface is pointing. So at the moment you've got the clubface pointing at your target or pretty straight but your path is left so the ball is curving right. So by swinging more to the right (more in to out) you'll lessen the amount of slice.