Improve your Grip
Before changing your swing
If your shots consistently go off target, check your grip before making any other radical swing changes. Very often your misdirected shots are being caused by swing compensations for a grip that is either too weak or too strong. This is not referring to the pressure you’re holding on the club but the direction of the v’s (formed between your thumb and forefinger) are pointing. A Neutral grip has the v’s pointing inside the right shoulder, Strong Grip: more to the left shoulder. Weak Grip: to the outside of the right shoulder. My v’s point inside my right shoulder. Weak grips promote fades and in some cases slices while strong grips promote draws and in some cases hooks. Experiment by trying different grips to see where you fly the ball with each.
The Trigger Finger
The club should lay in the 2nd knuckle of the right index for righties and left hand for lefties. Pros always have it this position while amateurs seldom do.