Set up with your weight on the balls of your feet, and your feet shoulder-width apart. If your stance is much wider than your shoulders, it will stop you from rotating and shifting your weight effectively during the swing, leaving you stuck in the middle, so you lose distance on your shot.
Lean your upper body slightly to the right, behind the ball. This makes it easier to turn rotate your body right and upwards in the back swing, shifting your weight onto your right foot as you do so, and reaching a powerful position from which to shift your weight left during the down swing, directing all the force of the shot forwards the target.
Once you are comfortable with your set up position keep your target focused in your mind. You may have seen the professionals hover their club above the ground. This helps relax the muscles in your forearms for a smooth takeaway and eliminate any jerky movements.
Throw your arms as far away from your body as possible without breaking your wrists. This creates width in your swing which is essential for maximising clubhead speed and distance.
Total commitment is key, especially when playing from light rough on the edge of the fairway. Keep your head down and keep focused.