So I've been told by practically everyone I play with that I tend to over swing. I can definitely feel myself doing this. I don't have to tell you how many problems this causes for me. When I line up for a practice swing, I have no problem stopping earlier, and shortening it, but for some reason when I address the ball, I always seem to over swing so much to the point that sometimes I can't even see the ball at the top of my swing (very very bad I know).
The problem I'm finding is that when I shorten my swing, I feel like I am tremendously lacking in wrist hinge. I think that I have to start setting my wrists a little earlier to prevent this, but nothing seems to be working. If I shorten the swing successfully, It seems like I'm lacking a lot of power due to the lack of wrist hinge. Are you supposed to be manually hinging your wrists in the back swing, or should they naturally hinge? I feel like I get way more power when I make it a point to manually hinge the wrists in my back swing, but again that causes over swinging and a whole new bag of issues for me.
Any thoughts or advice?