Re: Pulling My IronsI've been pulling a bunch recently too, either that or thinning on my fades which only leads me to wide misses, terrible combination. Anyways, I find that my pulls are a result of me leaning back at impact and I end up pulling in an attempt not to fall back on my butt. I swing with basically a one plane swing so I don't really come from outside - in on my swing path. For me, I gotta stay in balance and make sure I finish in balance and it stems from the legs for me. When I fire my swing with my legs, it's more powerful, I'm in better balance from more interaction with the ground and keeps my body lines straight connecting my feet, knees, hips, shoulders. When I swing from the shoulders alone, or start from the shoulders, it's harder to sync my body rotation so I end up getting of balance and falling backwards.
I do think your troubles come somewhat from hanging on the right side as the above idea applies to a two plane swing as well, not turning in sync, but with a two plane swing, the sollution lies more in tempo and timing for balance instead of a more aggressive move for a one planer. Well, these are my attempts at an explanation, hope it helps.