Just took up golf (again) and looking for some swing critique.
I've only ever played a few rounds and really want to get into it properly but I'm a bit hesitant on taking my game out on to the course until I've got a decent enough swing to not embarrass myself (or hit someone three fairways to the right off the tee box).
My 9 iron through wedges are pretty solid, usually straight - with the occasional fade.
Anything longer than a 9 iron gets pushed right and my driver is a combination of pushes, slices, pulls and hooks.
Surprisingly my 5 wood (off the tee) is usually fairly straight or starts right with a slight draw.
I know I usually come from inside out, get slightly flat on the backswing and that my head bobs up at the end of the backswing. I also believe that I slide my hips through to the left too much which contributes to the push.
Possibly too much knee bend and weight too far back at address too.
Here's my swing at normal speed, followed by a slow motion , followed by a normal speed swing once more.