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  Yes.     No. Flipping is when the left wrist breaks down (bends forward).
  I have a friend with this problem, he comes to me with all the new tips and thinks of too many things in his swing.
A hook could be caused by a few things. You could be swinging to much in-to-out or turning you hands over through impact. Check your grip as well. The left hand V (the v shape between the thumb and index finger) points to the left shoulder and the right hand V should point more towards your face.  
  The right elbow hinging and unhinging, and the angle between the left arm and shoulder are 2 of the power accumulators.
  Both arms are not straight until about 3 feet past impact. The right arm is bent until that point.
Yes, Its the path. Start the down swing with your hips, hands and arms, not your shoulders\upper body.   Look at these images of Anthony Kim's down swing.                      
  Slow your swing down make better (center) contact and you will hit it straighter and farther.  Better smash factor = higher ball speed = more distance.
There are several things that can cause a slice, a weak grip, over the top, etc. Post a video of your swing it will help.
    Here is the numbers.  
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