Important to note that the club face, facing the sky at the top of the backswing was just due to the left wrist being a little arched. The face was "square" to the back of the left hand. To clean up some of the wrist alignments we had to get the elbow work in order. Elbows separate and the right elbow slides a bit behind him, left wrist palmar flexes. Then makes things a little difficult on the downswing. Overall though, huge changes from a few months ago and the scores are showing because the pattern is much more consistent. The goal now is to keep hitting it solid and get rid of those push cuts that can pop up.
I showed Shawn this drill below, one of Dana Dahlqusit's, to have him feel what a good A4 is like. In reality it ends up being around A3.5 but gives the player a good feel. I then asked Shawn what he felt, and he described a feeling in his right bicep. This is the "fix" for Shawn, it can differ from player to player. The great thing is, when I'm not right there with Shawn he can still do this drill and get that same feel.
Dana with Trackman Maestro