Played my final 9 holes of the season yesterday. Really had my priority piece clicking, exploding that shoulder up and back. Shot a +8, breaking bogey golf for the first time! I was +3 through 6 holes and could have gone really low but I knocked my approach OB on the 7th hole and couldn't recover. Really sweet feeling impact all day, just flush as can be. Now I gotta figure out how to keep working through the winter. Going to try to get out to the local simulator place at twice a month so I can maintain some semblance of my swing for next season. Maybe just do tons of slow mirror work through the winter. Got some great feels.
Backswing - Slightly favour lead foot at address. See the ball with both hands going back. Feel arms stay straight until they have to bend STOP THERE!
Downswing - Add pressure to lead foot and explode shoulder up and back. Feels a bit like I'm coming under.
Swing to the target. Feel like path is neutral or risk hooking it.
Driver - Set-up is HUGELY important. Hips forward, head back. ***
Think I'll also make the jump to Urethane balls next season. Callaway Hex Chromes can be had pretty cheap on the recycled ball market.