Yeah, I focus hard on the banking because I have a tendency to lift my trail heel right away. A problem I have with my winter practice is no height so I'm restricted to a very sawn off followthrough, ball comes off the club face very low, punchy. Trying to get the BATMAN feel would cause me to slam the club into the rafters...
You and I got the similar feel going on. I can't work with any sort of wrist hinge at all. Its horrible, I rather slam my head into a wall then try to hinge earlier. Though I do find that if I set my wrist slightly before taking the club back, and trying to hold that angle in my wrist longer (delaying the forearm rotation), that seems to work more for me. If you see Matt Kutchar swing you will notice he does something similar, were he will fall back to his heels, but also slightly lift the club vertical before taking it back. I tried that Kutchar thing the first time and was like, "Ok slightly less annoying than the hinge the wrist during the backswing, but still feels wierd". Then I looked on video and saw, "
It iss tough to get the whole, the hands don't create depth, rotation does.
Yep. I was trying a "thumbs up" feel at A3 but it causes me to lift my arms and lose all connection.