Once you get some good video up, my guess is you'll need to work on getting your weight more forward. Check out this thread if you haven't already.
Key #2 is my priority piece at the moment. Anyway, I found this video and thought it deserved to be in this thread. My apologies if it's already been posted but I think you can very clearly see that Luke is focusing on sliding/bumping/moving his hips toward the target to start the downswing. If it's good enough for a former world no. 1, it's good enough for me.
I also noticed they looked too close to my body. I looked all bunched up and it didn't look like my arms had room to swing through. I've read that thread multiple times so hopefully my grip isn't too far off. For now, I'll really focus on key #2. Gotta change that dang picture... Thanks again.
I thought that would be the piece that needed my immediate attention but I wanted confirmation from an expert such as yourself. I was really hoping you would chime in, so thanks. One other thing, is there anything else that you would pay attention to in cleaning up at the moment? Posture, grip etc.? Or should I just concern myself with key #2? I'm guessing the latter...
Well it's been almost a year since I updated this thread and I could really use some help. These are a couple videos I took yesterday. (Sidenote: what's the best way to get 240fps video off an iPhone 6 onto YouTube? I tried searching online briefly but I figured someone on here would know off the top of their head.)
Anyway, I've been dealing with pushes, push fades, and oh so lovely shanks. My ball markings definitely tend to be closer to the hosel than...
The slide and rotation both happen almost simultaneously. The hips bump forward a few inches and the hips start to rotate open. This helps get your weight forward and start the proper sequencing in the downswing to provide that "effortless power" we all want.