The single best thing you can do to help improve your accuracy is to use intermediate targets. Whether it’s a drive, a putt, or even a chip, picking a target on the ground just a foot or two in front of your ball will help you hit more accurate golf shots almost immediately. No matter where you are on the golf course, there is always some divot, stick, or dead spot on the grass that you can use to aim. Good bowlers don’t look at the pins; they find their board and use the lane arrows to aim. Trying to hit your ball over a mark that is two feet away is much easier than trying to hit to a tiny hole a 150 yards away. Being shortsighted is a more effective way to reach your target and start the ball out on-line.