actually, i dont know that you do need to cock the wrists more. looks like plenty of wrist cock at the top in those pics you posted. when you come down, feel like the pressure of your trigger finger (for you, left hand) is increasing as you reach the ball and that will help with casting.
you have a bit of an overswing. your right arm appears to be bent (it should be straight) and the left arm looks over flexed (more than 90) - feel as tho you are pushing the palm of your left hand into your right thumb at the top, or that you are trying to keep the left arm straight as well, that will help with the overswing, and keep the club farther away from your head.
Hi Colin and Mike,
I do not have an update video to show you guys; however, I wanted to report back on progress.
I was sick this week so I had to really restrict my practice activities. Today was probably the best day I felt good in awhile so I put 75 balls in the net focusing on my form, maintain an L shape (to avoid overswinging), and tempo.
And then I went to the range in 22 MPH winds... Granted that winds were swirling, here are the highlights:
- I used to hit PW on average 100 - 105. I was hitting good, targeted, and lofty PW shots 120 (+- 5yrd assist from the wind) that landed on the green, and did not jump around. I loved that so much that I hit a 3/4 a bucket work. It felt that damn good... I did not hit every shot well... More like I hit about 60% on the green and within <=20ft. The ones I missed was related to: crappy grip, botched address, very bent right arm.
- Since I cannot user my driver in my Chamber area, I hit the remain 1/4 and another bucket to work on driver. Thanks to the swing changes you guys suggested, I am now able to swing my driver COMPLETELY more ACCURATELY. One of the assistants at our club even said, "That was the most beautiful drive I have seen you made... E.V.E.R.".
- Although I mentioned my PW distance, I went to the range with the thought of seeing more about my accuracy instead of how long I hit it. One thing I noticed, when I made a successful swing, I was always pointed at my target and staring at it (to include my hip with my left knee near my right knee).
Having a place to work on your form with some feedback has really raised my level of confidence.
Thank you guys, I believe I had my best day at the range in awhile.