To hit a cut or fade golf shot, follow these steps:
Set up with the ball slightly further forward in your stance than usual, and with your feet, hips, and shoulders aiming slightly to the left of your target (for a right-handed golfer).
Aim the clubface slightly to the left of your target as well.
During your backswing, try to keep the clubface square to the target line, while making sure that your clubhead is traveling on an outside-to-in swing path.
As you start your downswing, focus on keeping the clubface slightly open to the target line, which will create a left-to-right spin on the ball.
Make sure to follow through with your swing and release the clubhead after impact to ensure maximum spin and direction control.
It's important to note that hitting a cut or fade consistently requires practice and may not come naturally at first. It's also important to experiment with different ball positions, clubface angles, and swing paths to find what works best for your swing.