sounds like a variation of the face angle drill. I'd say at 18 handicap, you very likely have other things to work on first.
But I'll see if I can find that drill, these guys have ther S5K drill videos in here somewhere.
Shaping shots is fun to learn how it all works and to help eventually define your stock shot and what - but if you really want to practice something like this, I'd simplify to working it as a:
push draw -
(nearly) straight -
those three get you what you need rather than all 9 paths
even some of the best in the world just hit a single stock shot - the rest hit the stock shot 90 of the time saving off stock shaping for odd moments.
When I would do this drill, I found that my stock shot tightened up considerably (your mileage may vary). But I focused on this drill to work club path and face angle control as my purpose (i.e., I used it to develop 'control' not necessarily to be able to shape shots at will). I've neglected it lately and my horizontal dispersion is much less consistent.
later edit: Erik and Mike posted a couple vids here
one of them "Nail your Start Lines" has you hitting around a vertical alignment rod and I've gained a LOT from this type of drill......and little variations on it.
Edited by rehmwa - 7/2/14 at 10:49am