Square your clubface to your target,, not necessarily with the tee box from which you are hitting, if you want to hit a golf ball straight to your target.
The reason why you should square your clubface only to your target to hit a golf ball straight is that many tee boxes are not aligned squarely to the target.
How many times have you heard players, even tour players like John Daly, comment that the hole doesn’t set up well for them?
What they usually mean is the tee box for such hole is misaligned with their target whether hitting to a green on a par three or to a fairway on a par four or five.
Therefore, before addressing your ball on a tee box observe whether the tee box is aligned squarely with your target, whether your target is to a specific spot on a fairway or to a certain location on a green.
This is imperative if you want to improve your golf swing and lower your golf scores.
If the tee box is not aligned squarely to your target you must not align your clubface with the tee box if you want to hit straight golf shots
to your target.
Instead align your clubface to your target and disregard how the tee box is aligned.
I have a favorite golf method to align my clubface squarely to my target but in doing so I must first perform one of my Locked-In Golf™ Techniques such as the Platinum Golf Technique™.
I call it the Arrow Alignment Technique™. The Arrow Alignment Technique™ is rather simple to perform.
As mentioned earlier, the golf swing instructions require you to lock-in a square alignment and an on line swing path of your clubface by performing one of the Locked-In Golf™ Techniques such as the Platinum Golf Technique™.
It then requires you to address your ball in a comfortable manner. Next, it requires you to center the sweet spot of your clubface as near as possible to the back of your ball and then align your shoulders parallel with your target (directional) line to the best of your ability
Next, it requires you to immobilize all parts of your body except your head, close your front eye, the one nearest your target, keep your head steady at this point, and then focus your open eye on its inside corner as you turn it toward your target at which one you should observe the shape of an arrow.
Continue to focus on the “arrow” at the inside of your open eye, continue to keep the sweet spot of your clubface centered directly behind your ball and keep the rest of your body immobilized as you turn your head in the direction of your target as far as comfortably possible.
If, at this point, your alignment “arrow” point directly at your target, your shoulders should correspondingly be aligned parallel with your target (directional) line; meaning a square club face to your target. If so, merely turn your head back to its original position, ensure your club face has remained directly behind your ball and execute a simple golf swing.
If, on the other hand, your “arrow” alignment does not point directly to your target when you turn your head as far as comfortably possible in the direction of your target, adjust your stance until it does.
Then turn your head back to its original position, ensure your clubface as remained directly behind your ball and execute a balanced golf swing.
This, indeed, is the best way to hit a golf ball straight to a target.