Age, that is a tough one for regular riders on the typical counter-clockwise cable. You need to make a toe-side cut to the outside. I recommend straightening your left (front) leg, bending your right knee, and putting weight on the balls of your right foot. Keep your back straight and don't bend over at the waist. This should get your edging to the outside.
When you hit the corner you need to switch from the toeside edge back to the heelside. Don't edge against the cable at the corner or it will yank you over. Also you need to find the sweet spot on the corner. Too far to the inside you get slack and then yanked. Too far outside, you get yanked. Somewhere in between and it's smooth.
Or you could just learn to ride switch.