Originally Posted by sk golf
Glad you are getting a chance to play! To make the swing changes on the course is going to be difficult. Need a lot SLOW practice swings, lots mirror work, and hitting golf balls on the range at a slower speed.
I have taken your advice and I have been practicing slowly and using the camera to check my position every once in a while.. I played another round today and recorded my self, and I found that I am still having a little trouble with keeping my head steady.. I will just keep working on the should turn to get that sorted out.
In terms of getting the club laid down I have found that I can get it done when I basically roll my forearm from the top of the backswing and at A6 I basically have the inside of my wrist pointing out.. So, if I stick a rod through my right snuff box and out the other side of my wrist, at A6 the rod would be parallel to the target line. Before I keep going with this way of laying the club down from the top, I want to make sure that I am getting into the right position at A6. From the recording I just took I'm getting into the position you want me to be in at A4.5 all the way through the time it is in alignment with my forearm.
I'll post a snap shot at A4.5, through A6 asap so that I don't ingrain anything incorrectly!