During your pre-shot routine, take into consideration the direction and severity of the wind, as this will influence your shot. Release any tension or indecision in your mind and commit to the shot. Many golfers tee up their ball in the middle of the tee box, without taking advantage of the entire teeing surface. A good rule to follow is to tee up your ball on the same side of the troubled area (water, bunker, hazard, etc.) you want to avoid.
Indecision, fear and tension are a recipe for disaster on the tee box. An incorrect address position will result in an errant shot. Rehearse the pre-shot routine listed above during your practice on the driving range and it will become a repeatable procedure every time you stand up to the tee.