I've been Playing Golf for: 25 years
My current handicap index or average score is: 9
My typical ball flight is: In flux. For the longest time, it had been a fade. After seeing myself on video for the first time within the last year or so and doing some tinkering, I have seen myself hit some draws for the first time.
The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: A straight push. It's pretty consistent to the point of being playable, but I still want to fix it.
I would like to call these my "before" videos. I started taking lessons through Evolvr about 5 or so weeks ago, and have a couple of setup issues and a couple of swing issues I am currently working on. Setup-wise, I am trying not to hunch over so much and keep my weight spread evenly and not so much out over the toes. During the swing I am trying to keep my head from coming away from the ball during the downswing, as well as trying to rotate my hips more. Currently I am more prone to slide them too much "towards right field" helping to cause my path to go to the right and thus produce the push.
Have at it.