Let me start by saying that I normally do a search, but I am not certain that I fully understand what it is that I am trying to ask.
I am trying to learn to maintain lag into the impact zone. I believe that in order to get the club face closed at impact and not flip your hands you have to rotate your hips so that your belt buckle points to the target.
So, being left handed, my miss is a high slice to the left. With the driver, the problem is intensified. What I have noticed is that when I focus on tempo, and use my arms and shoulders for the back swing, so that it feels like my hips are parallel to the target, when I initiate the downswing with a weight shift and VERY SLIGHT hip rotation, I am able to get the face into the ball square which gives me that penetrating ball flight which has a straight or slight fade ball flight.
So can the experts here on TST please help me understand, what should my hips be doing during the backswing?
Thank you in advance for your response