Originally Posted by onephenom
A few things to start on I think would be to make sure you keep your lead arm straight. Helps with consistent contact.
After that, work on keeping your weight towards your heels more... it looks like you fall forward due to having a lot of weight towards your toes.
Originally Posted by Stretch
Please take this in the spirit that it's meant, which is constructively. The main thing that I see in your swing at the moment is an overarching lack of structure -- everything is just kinda floppy and loose. Some of this probably comes from how naturally flexible you appear to be, and that's a good thing, but to become more consistent you are going to have to learn to constrain yourself appropriately to introduce some rigidity (and strength) where it's needed.
Legs straight. Arms straight. Stand up. Above all you need more (some!) extension in the downswing. Yes there are backswing pieces feeding into this too, but sorry they're outside the scope of what I have time for right now. You said you were planning to get a few lessons "here"? I hope you mean Evolvr, because they will be able to steer you right.
Sorry to double post but wanted to throw a great big thank you to you guys. I went to the driving range and focused on a few key things. They were
1. Keep the arm triangle during my back swing. This is from the point that onephenom made about keeping my lead arm straight. If you keep that triangle it keeps everything at just the right distance.
2. Keeping my weight back. Again, per onephenom, this kept me grounded
3. Standing up straight then sticking my butt out and bending my knee's to get into address position. This is per Stretch, this keeps me having structure, keeps the legs and arms straight and gets the extension through the swing.
I had been practicing these things for a few days in my living room and took them out to the range. I was hitting pretty good, solid contact each time and was happy. When I got to the three wood I figured I would try an experiment. I made a 1/2 to 3/4 swing, just enough that my arm triangle would be solid through the entire back swing, forcing the proper extension and the results were AMAZING!!! I hit around 30 balls after this making between 3/4 and full swings using my 3 wood and driver, too clubs that I normally just hit ok with. They all, without fail went with a draw shot shape. Toward the end I actually had to switch from an incredibly strong grip to a normal/weak grip to hit it closer to straight. This is the first time that I have ever been able to hit a draw on purpose.
Thanks again for the advice :D