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Just wanted to stop by and say nice swing... :) I am struggling with the same thing, taking that club inside... though mine is much worse. You already know all the drills with alignment sticks, and what not, I'm sure, but thought I'd just mention that's one of my favorite drills now, and lately I've just been sticking it in the ground and leaving it as I work on other things at the range... it makes sure I don't yank it way inside like that. Best of luck, and can't wait to continue watching your progress. :)
Recommend you work on Key #1, the head does move a little to the right but more importantly you need to change HOW you make your backswing pivot. You need to "stretch" your right side more on the backswing to increase the amount that you turn. Shoulders and hips might feel like they work like a teeter totter, left goes down, right goes. "High" right hip at the top of the backswing would be another swing thought/feel. Good videos for you to watch and implement.
I watched this video awhile ago and was really hoping that I'd get something great out of it, but... I have to say, as a former flipper (every once in awhile a flip creeps in, but mostly I've just about fixed it I think), that quite literally the advice that made me stop flipping was to not throw my right wrist. After I finally learned and saw that the "release" should be a rotation style move (or at least, that's my feel), I'm doing so much better. I like lots of Monte's videos, but this video unfortunately was not the gem that I was looking for, as the title made it sound like :(