Tips for how to fix_____________
This post will probably come across as snide, but it’s not meant that way.
Nearly every post on this forum translated into a medical problem would sound like this...
Calling your doctor and saying, “I have a cough, what should I do about it?”
....or going to a message board on orthopedics and saying, “My knee hurts, what should I do about it?”
The instinct of golfers is to fix the resulting issue. In nearly all cases, that would make you hit it worse.
If all you do is:
Hold off the release (Hold Lag)
Swing more left/right
Get to you left side more
Open your hips more
Stay in posture
....etc......you are absolutely going to hit it worse.
If you want to get better at golf, you have to find the first/initial root cause of the problem. Nearly all tip advice given everywhere address the problem way too late. While we might get a better aesthetic, results long term will be worse.
As a simple example illustrating the point. Someone is over the top. They get every fix under the sun, including but not limited to: drop it in the slot, swing to right field, swing inside an alignment stick, push your hands away from you and loop it back in, etc.
The ball position is way too far forward, forcing an OTT move with a vertical shaft to get the swing bottom forward. All of those fixes will create a fat, two way miss.