I've had a really sore left hip lately (arthritis in lower spine) but it is just barely well enough to still play (OK, I'm stupid and play with the pain). But I have noticed that with the sore hip I don't make a good weight shift and I am hooking or drawing the ball a lot more than "normal". My typical flight is a slight draw, but now I am hitting an outright hook. Am I correct in thinking that the lack of weight shift onto the sore hip is causing my arms to get ahead of my body and THAT is causing the hook? It seems like it is the opposite of getting "stuck".
In some strange way I think that while this is a real pain, it is causing me to think my way around the course because I have to play lines that make the hook viable. But I am still looking forward to the hip getting better (cortisone shots - got one have another coming) and resuming my "normal" game.