Originally Posted by saevel25
Well the 5 keys are set up to be worked on in order. One leads to the other. So as long as you are not messing up your Keys 1 & 2, then you should be fine working on getting the hands more inline with the clubhead at impact.
Here's what's frustrating to me, I've done a lot of good things to get my back swing cleaned up and in good position to start the downswing:
(notice I said good, not perfect )
But from here the "wheels fall off" and everything goes wrong, lots of head movement laterally forward, arm separation, flip, bad extension in follow through... I'm not over-swinging as in swinging hard, but it seems like I'm subconsciously trying to control the club/steer the ball. Super frustrating...
I think for the rest of this season and through the winter really focusing on nailing inline impact will be all I focus on. That should clean up 3 things at once, the arm separation, flip, and extension through impact. Then next year I can start up working on fine tuning other things.