Ladies & Gentlemen,
So, I have scoured the internet and can't find a single article, etc. in reference to my "issue".
I play quite a bit of golf, and recently have made some major swing changes that I feel will help in the long run. I am using a lot of principles from the "stack and tilt" method. I have had great success on the course, but within the last two weeks, I have developed the DRIVING RANGE YIPS. I spend a lot of time at the practice facility near my house. For some reason, I have issues on the range that never surface on the course.
The "yip" only rears its ugly head during a full swing with any iron. Driver is fine, 1/2-3/4 swings are fine. When I take a full iron swing, I hit low, slicing line drives at about a 60 degree angle directly right (I play right handed). It seems the club is hooded and the face is wide open at impact. I just cannot seem to get my hip through and my wrist over at impact.
My theory is that I am focusing too much on creating lag and I don't think I am getting my hip out of the way fast enough. But try as I may, I can't mentally do it. I don't know what is going on.
Any thoughts, suggestions, medications??
Thanks for any help.