Maria Palozola, of www.mygolfinstructor.com, answers Tony's question as to how he can square up the clubface on his drives. Maria explains that the first thing you should do is check your grip. If you are slicing the ball, you need to have at the very least a slightly strong grip. Just realize that this might be a temporary band aid and that what really needs to happen is that you have a close assessment of your set up and swing to find the cause of the slice. So many things can cause one to leave the clubface open that it's hard to pinpoint it without seeing your swing. Other than your grip, some other things to check: 1) Be sure you release your arms. It's possible that you are holding on to the club or just releasing it late. To address this, try feeling like you are rolling your rear arm over your lead arm before you even get to impact. 2) Make sure you are hitting the ball from an inside angle of attack. You could be slicing as a result of your path, which is causing you to leave the club face open. If you are swinging outside in and getting the club face to square, the ball will still spin right. 3) Make sure you are 100% on your front foot with your weight at the end of the swing. Blocks and pushes to the right with an open face are often the result of falling or hanging back. All of these things can lead to not squaring up the clubface with your driver. Visit www.mygolfinstructor.com/ask-maria/ to ask Maria your questions today.