Thanks for the videos Mike. I have been having a horrible time on the course hitting everything fat and right lately. I dug a 2" deep trench with my 5 Wood, it was so bad yesterday. After seeing the video, I went in my home office/golf practice area to check my wrist and low and behold, I was letting my left wrist break down. Hit a few balls making a conscious effort to keep the hands forward, flat left wrist and contact seemed to improve, although I can't really tell hitting off the mat, which got me in trouble in the first place. Diggers and mats don't get along well.
In order to keep the flat left wrist, it seems that my hands are pretty far forward at setup, more-so than I see or notice with any of my playing partners. The butt of the club is actually pointed in between my left belt loop and the inside seam of my left pocket. Is that getting the hands too far forward or is this what I need to be feeling to correct my blocks to the right? It'll be a couple days of rain before I can get out and see my ball flight, and I just want to make sure I'm on the right track.