You need an alignment. Specifically your camber is wayyy off.
Reasons to have really bad camber:
Needs basic alignment, but this would be surprising to me based on how bad it sounds.
If the car is lowered it can be hard or even impossible to reach the correct camber without camber plates.
if your rear subframe is shifted then it can be impossible to camber correctly on one side only, and if the previous alignment tasker was not up for the challenge of fixing subframe position, then he / she may have focused on symmetry instead making both sides limited and poorly cambered.
A$$hole "fitment" with spacers and tucking the wheels.
Based on your description of the tires your alignment is probably way way off and I would not be surprised if there was more to the story than a basic alignment.
Long story short take it to a good VW shop who cares about these cars or else you'll probably be chasing your tail.
I've been through this and had to basically call around basking a bunch of shops near me who would take the time to properly center my subframe before alignment. Finally for it done and made all the difference in the world.