One of the top questions I get from students who come to work with me to get better is , “How do I become a more consistent golfer”. Most of the time consistency goes back to a few fundamentals. Here is a routine I use all the time. See if it doesn’t help your game.
Practice with a piece of rope or twine stretched out in a line pointing at your target on the range. Use two nails to hold the twine in place. This rope should represent the target line.Place a ball on a low tee on the rope. Now make small slow swings tracing the line with the club on the way back and through. Place an aiming stick out in front of the rope directly between the ball and the target. Learn to start the ball over the rod with no curve. This exercise will help you learn to start to swing the club on plane and start the ball online. You will become a more consistent golfer.