Every time I just swing and try to hit the ball on the sweet spot and don’t worry about where the ball goes and every thing turns out just fine. If not, I make one small adjustment and see what happens to the next ball. If I changed more than one variable in my golf swing I do not know which change gave me the result, whether good or bad. A very small single adjustment in my preparation for a golf swing has a big change in the resulting trajectory of the ball.
If you think of all these things you will certainly end up a very confused golfer at the tee. You will probably not hit the ball exactly the way you want it. It could result in any one of these shots:
draw, fade, hook, slice, pull, push, shank, fluff, top, sky, miss...
When a golfer is new at the game he hardly ever bends the ball to the left. His shots are mainly fades or slices to the right. Usually after his handicap comes down to 18 or less (takes 2 years), he starts to draw and hook the ball to the left. This is a normal progression. First you slice, then you hook your shots. Every golfer goes through this process. This is a most frustrating time for him because now he cannot stop bending the ball to the left. When he was new to the game he cannot stop bending the ball to the right.