Played very consistently when I was under 13 and my golf game was relatively decent back then. However, after playing baseball everyday for the next 5 years, I've developed muscle memory for a great baseball swing,
Now I'm in college and 19 years old with a horrible golf swing. My buddy who is a scratch golfer doesn't really know where to start with me. He's tried helping me but I understand it's easier for him to do it than to tell me. I top balls with the driver, along with a huge slice when I do hit it flush. My irons are all right, but at least I have decent ball striking when I start my hands forward. My buddy says most of my problem is me coming over the top instead of inside out.
I've searched a large amount of videos on youtube and I honestly don't know where to start. I just want to be able to hit it straight on a regular basis and have good fundamentals (says every golfer ever).
Also I'm not sure if I need to dedicate myself to the practice range or to the course since I'm always hitting bad shots and high 90s.
Sorry for the long post, but any help is really appreciated.