Ball position alters the shape of your ball flight, whether from right to left or left to right. But it also affects the trajectory up or down.
Let’s start by going over a draw. Begin by moving the ball forward in your stance. You want to align your club and body to the right of your target slightly, maybe 5-10 yards, clubface and body square to the start line. Moving the ball forward in your stance will allow you to catch the ball on the release creating a right to left ball flight.
You can also use what’s called a squeeze fade. Start by aligning your club face and body left of the target. With the ball positioned back in your stance you will catch the ball prior to release resulting in a lower, left to right ball flight.
These 2 techniques are an easy way to alter ball flight by altering your ball position without having to manipulate your swing.