Like Eric said there are a lot of different things that can be causing a slice. The end result is club face is open to club path. But what is causing it? Take a video (there are instructions in the forum of how to do it), set up a My Swing thread and let Eric take a look at your swing. Or find a qualified PGA pro and take some lessons. But you have to practice what these guys tell you to practice in order to fix your slice. Sometimes you might not like what they tell you.
There are a growing number of (Golf) YouTubers who are making nice high six figure to low seven figure sums on an annual basis from essentially uploading golf videos to YouTube and IG. Big brand equipment companies are basically "gobbling up" any creator / influencer who is on the uptick... Then there's merchandise sales, ad revenue, affiliate income, golf outing income and ancillary sponsorships.
One of my favorite channels features a pair who play off a 12 handicap. They're crushing it. My question is, in the eyes of USGA or local golf association, would they be considered professional golfers?
If so, what a time to be alive. All you need a 12 handicap and a camera (phone) to "go pro" and make millions over the course of your lifetime playing golf. Can anyone offer any insights on this?