When you force yourself to keep your eyes on the ball, it causes you to change your initial setup position and mishit the ball.
You have a severe hook or a snap hook. For a right handed player, the ball will immediately curve hard from right to left and it quickly loses loft.
You are hitting pull hooks.
You hook or push the ball whenever you attempt to hit a draw.
You have a severe hook or a snap hook.
You want to know how changing the way you grip the club can reduce or eliminate your hook.
You keep hitting to the left or right and you know the clubface is square at impact.
You have been hooking your shots. When you try to adjust your aim to compensate, you see the ball hook even worse than before.
You are a really good player but suddenly you find that you are hitting a mean hook.
You have always had a nice release but suddenly you are not feeling a natural release.