If you want to be a pro in playing golf, you should get specific training. The training should never be too demanding. At the same time, you should not be bored, of course.
Look at this list to know how you could increase from task to task to playing golf-
Level 1: Beat 10 balls of tea with the sand wedge and a half, slow swing halfway straight
Level 2: Beat 10 shots of tea with a sand wedge and a half, faster swing halfway straight
Level 3: 10 shots of tea with a sand wedge halfway straight beat (from now always full swing)
Level 4: Beating 10 shots of tea with a 9er iron halfway straight
Level 5: Beating 10 balls of tea with a 7-iron halfway straight
Level 6: Hit 10 shots off the ground halfway straight with a sand wedge
Level 7: Batting 10 shots off the ground with a nine-gauge iron.
Level 8: Hit 10 balls off the ground halfway straight with a seven iron
Mind you, you always go to the next level, if you have achieved a success rate of 50%.
How you can help yourself to a certain extent, if you have problems with your momentum, I explain to you in the following momentum tips.
You will need to check your grip. For the ball to fly halfway straight, the clubhead has to come halfway straight to the ball. For beginners, I see as a common cause of the error that they grip the bat with his left hand, while this is right in front of the body. This makes it harder to grab the bat correctly. If you grip the racket (right-handed) to the left of the body, it will almost automatically lead to a correct grip.
You will need to grip the racket correctly. The grooves (grooves on the clubface) parallel to the ground, then with the left hand, to the left of the body grab the bat.
Whether you have gripped the stick correctly with your left hand, you can control as follows: If you can raise the rod 90 degrees with almost no effort, it fits.