Ok guys, so I am tired of shooting in the mid to high eighties and would like to start to shoot in the low 80's with looks into possible shooting in the high 70's by the end of this season. However, my off-the-tee "yips" (miss hits) are killing me and I'm always getting at least four double/triple boogies a round. I can make birdies and eagles on the par 4 and 5's cause of my distance (driver carries 295-305 with solid contact). However, I have this aggressive attach into the ball becuase my swing is pretty home-made and have trouble properly releasing the club (chicken wing at the end). Also, I can't keep my head steady. Any advice or other analysis on my swing would be helpful.
I've been Playing Golf for: 7+ Years
My current handicap index or average score is: 13
My typical ball flight is: Power Fade
The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Pull Hook or Push fade
PS. I am getting my clubs re-fitted this season cause they were fitted to me when I was a freshman in high school (3 inches shorter if that makes a difference)