Curing a golf slice is easier than you think but it will take some time and patience on your part. I struggled for years and years with a golf swing that lacked power and a swing that had a pretty good slice to it.
1. I was gripping the club way too tight. Every round about 12 or 13 holes in my hands would be killing me and I felt drained. Finally, a friend of mine told me to stop strangling the callaway razr x hl irons and relax. I loosened my grip and instantly shaved seven strokes off my game and my hands felt a heck of a lot better.
2. I would stand too close to the ball causing me to inside out my swing which was causing the razr x hl irons to lag behind my hands and open my club face up. I don't need to tell you what would happen when I made contact with the ball.
3. Having too weak of a grip can cause you to slice. I know, but you just said not to grip your razr x black driver too tight which is right but you certainly do not want a grip that is too weak. This will cause your wrists to break and feed the slice monster.
4. Another reason for my slice was not addressing the ball properly. I would have the ball too far back in my stance. Again, this would cause me to not hit the ball square and force the ball right razr x black.
5. The hardest thing for me to fix and is the fifth reason why many golfers slice is opening the shoulders during your swing. Opening your shoulders happened when I tried to manufacture distance with my shoulders and arms instead of letting your hips and the club get that distance.