A lot of golfers pull shots. That's when the ball flies straight left of your target. There are several common causes of this bad shot.
The first can be traced to the set-up. Golfers who pull the ball tend to set-up with their shoulders open.
The next fault occurs in the downswing. The club tracks into strike the ball from a steep path and sweeps across the target line to the left. The reason it flies straight left and doesn't slice is because you square the clubface.
Both faults are easily fixed. TG Top 12 Teacher Dan Frost demonstrates a simple set-up check and swing drill to straighten your shots.
Watch this SOS Accuracy video tip to eliminate those pulled shots.