Create a proper pre-shot routine
Your alignment is one of the most important aspects of the golf game. If your aim is off even by a small amount, your ball flight will be off line. Alignment is not difficult to fix. By creating a pre-shot routine, you can create a process that will help you properly line up to the target line every time.
To begin, start your pre-shot routine from behind the ball. Visualize your target line from the ball to a point a few feet ahead of you then to the hole or target you are aiming for.
Now walk up to the ball. Keeping your club square to the target, grip the club. Look down at the ball, then to the aiming point a few feet ahead, then to the final target. Next, make sure you line up to the ball with your feet, hips and shoulders square to the target line. One last time take a look at the ball to the point a few feet ahead then to your target line.
You are now ready to slowly take the club away and swing the golf club.
The more your practice a pre-shot routine the more confident you will be over the ball.