For the past month or so, I've been playing almost solely with my 3-wood as my tee shot of choice due to inconsistency with my driver. This hasn't been much of a problem yet but with the high school season in full swing and the longer courses for regionals and state looming, I feel that I need to do something about this.
The problem with my driver is that it seems I will rarely hit what I consider my "stock" shot, a push-draw or draw, and will either block it to the right or overdraw it too far left. The worst part about this is that I was previously able to hit it with seemingly no problems, but this past month has been horrific. In tryouts I shot 79-78 while hitting 2 fairways the first day and 5 the next. That's the entire reason I started using my 3-wood much more off of the tee.
My 3-wood goes fine off the tee and I can usually hit at least 8 fairways or so with it. It flies far enough that I'll have a mid/short iron into most holes on the local courses, but only one course around me that's public plays very long at all so it's not a fair comparison to tournaments.
Anyways, I am just wondering if anyone has any tips for improving driver consistency beyond swinging easy (that only makes me hook it more frequently, which is at least a one-way miss I guess). My driver swing can be found in my swing thread or here (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-0XNWJOB3U) and here (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbnmSc9g7UE) or on my swing thread.