Too many variables before we can give you an answer. Depends on your swing and swing speed. Then depends what type of shots you want to hit, though being a beginner am gonna guess working a ball is not yet a skill you have mastered. Also, depends on what you want from a ball. Many golfers start from around the green and work backwards to decide the type of ball they want
One thing that piques my interest with this swing is the slightly open stance, while keeping the shoulders fairly square to the target line at address. Evidently a number of pros have a slightly open stance to help keep the club from being sucked inside early in the backswing (which seems to have some truth to it) and it might help one open up a little more in the downswing. I recently discovered that my stance had gotten open and the left shoulder was pointing quite a bit to the left at address (pretty common issue evidently), so I squared the stance up and found the backswing to feel quite a bit different in doing that, but the contact improved in doing it with the feet somewhat closed to the target at address. I am just wondering if opening the foot stance a little might be a good option vs closed.