SVonhof I hope it comes easy to you. I've been trying to get more neutral too and it feels very strange. But, I consistently hit much better shots, so my brain is starting to accept it.
It's likely that one thing was initially off, then one compensation move started, then another, then another, and now you're pointing right with a super strong grip and a very in-out swing that includes standing up through impact just to give yourself hope of hitting the ball at all. Not fun!
Put a straight stick down like suggested. At least you'll know you're pointing the right way. That's more helpful than you realize. You're going to feel like you're pointing incredibly left. This might subconsciously solve your wrist roll if it's a voluntary thing - your body may realize "we don't have to do that anymore!"
If it doesn't, then work through some of the suggested stuff. Stay down through impact, get comfortable with that more natural grip, take the club back a little higher (and less immediately behind you) than you're used to.
Then come back and tell us how you miss your hook because you can't stop slicing the ball 😃