Grip is not great here but this is better with the "stay bent over" feeling.
I have to set my feet squarer (not left), aim the clubface just a little right, grip properly, and stay bent over on the swing.
And have fun too.
I am doing okay at not getting too far forward in the backswing now (I can still do a little more) but next I need to get the hips forward a bit more and create and keep a little more wrist angle.
But here is a swing sequence.
Worked on this recently. My head was going forward and my hips were going backward in the backswing, so I would reverse those in the downswing.
Got better pretty quickly with alternating something on the front of my head or on the right hip.
Just some work from a lesson recently. Was getting too close to the ball and too shallow into the ball leading to lots of thins.
Driver has predictably been pretty good lately.
Really like that third picture.
I've been Playing Golf for: Since I was 3 (kinda)
My current handicap index or average score is: High 50s for 9 holes (par 36)
My typical ball flight is: Draw (when I hit it on the center of the club)
The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Poor contact