Dry fire practice can be the fastest and most-effective way to improve shooting. You will see before your own eyes anticipation of the shot, if indeed that's what's happening. Note that Rascal didn't say "this will fix it" and neither did I...but it is a powerful method.Anticipating the shot will cause this. Careful and precise dry firing is a tool you can use to correct it. If you can master trigger management you can look to other possibilities. Right now you need to master trigger control and squeeze.