I've been Playing Golf for: 2 years (messed around about 10 years ago, but took quite a while off and only serious recently)
My current handicap index or average score is: no handicap - 82-86 on 6500 yd tees; 86-92 on longer tees
My typical ball flight is: draw and fairly long (about 165 with an 8i; 200 with a 5i)
The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: hook, hook, hook. Did I say hook? When my game goes south, I hook the ball like nobody else.
I'm going to post my swing this Sunday night, 1/13, when I can get some time to take better shots. However, I filmed a few swings tonight on my V1 for Android and wanted some "advance" advice. If that's against the rules, then I'll wait, but I've noticed that in two years I still have not been able to cure myself of the tendency to dip my lead shoulder down when my backswing reaches the top. It's better, but no matter how conscious I am of trying to avoid doing it, I can't get it out of my swing. Does anyone ave any advice to cure this tendency? Drills? I've thought of tying a bunch of alignment rods to my left side with a bungee cord, but that might throw my rhythm off a bit...
I will do my best to review other swings posted here and add any comments that I think might help. Obviously, I'm only a raw amateur and don;t want to give suspect advice, so I'll try to only comment when I think I have something intelligent to say.