Yes obviously we want the changes to stick I think James is doing your next Evolvr, curious to see what he has to say. I have an idea of where he might go but not going to say anything for now.
I'll take a guess:
1) move the ball more forward when using long clubs. Maybe closer to your left nipple or something. It's too far back and that can cause obvious issues with start line, curve, and trajectory.
2) Shorten the backswing. Excessive shoulder turn, excessive arm loading, excessive wrist hinge... all three lead to critical breakdowns later on, particularly key no.3 flat left wrist.
3) Arms need to release downward and gradually disconnect from the chest... because they don't, the left shoulder raises excessively. And because the arms are already overloaded because of your backswing, it makes doing this all the more difficult. A6 is all screwed up because of this (excessive right arm bend at this point in the swing, forcing the wrist angles to dump early).
BTW, Abu3: Don't listen to me. I'm just guessing what James will say, and in what order he'll say them. These are not tips. Repeat, these are not tips!
Listen to James (and Mike...and Erik), not me. He's my teacher too. I just like to have fun and try to guess what these guys will say.
PS- Sorry if I wasn't supposed to even guess. After posting this, I realize why Mike is not giving tips here. It's out of respect for the student and James... sorry if I just pulled bad My Swing Thread etiquette.... that being said, chances are I'm wrong, so that alone may be good enough reason to not even guess