Ok - for golf drill gurus.
I'm happy, for now, with all aspects of my game except for the tee. In any round I play in - the biggest trouble I may run into is hurting myself off the tee. I have a draw right now, that sometimes turns into a hook.
This summer I've worked on getting into the right position on my backswing. I've focused on my shoulders turning, when I do that I usually find it's much easier to control the ball - this has certainly improved my accuracy off the tee, the problem I think I run into is rhythm. There are times I can go out on the course, focus on my backswing and take an easy swing and hit the ball straight with good distance. Although at some point during the round, my tempo falls off and I start to hook the ball. Sometimes I can get it back, sometimes not. It's really a challenge if we are playing on a crowded course and I'm waiting on every shot.
I've got some alignment rods, not sure if there is any drill I can do to prevent the hook by honing my swing plane, or something I can do to help keep that tempo. Not sure if this makes sense or not, but I feel like if I start getting too quick on my downswing - I invite that hook.