Originally Posted by Anpe
At the indoor range earlier today,
clubpath 1.1' in out
attac angle 9.9' down
over-swinging that's obvious, some swaying going on to, hitting the ball solid though.
casting the right arm too, standing to far from the ball.
I believe that I need to slow down a bit, I cast the right arm less when and i seem to be able to control the ball flight better.
Yep, you are over swinging at bit and it is causing you to shift your upper center towards the target. Try to feel more of a 3/4 swing, and not as much lift with the hands. For your head moving tad towards the target you do keep it steady really well in the downswing, good job there.
I would also try to get that arch out of your lower back. Check out the posture thread in the "Swing Thoughts" section. You could get a little more steeper with the shoulder and hip turn. Try to keep that left arm connected to the chest more in the backswing. This will help get you less flat at the top and help clear up that overswing a bit because your linking your swing more to your rotation than your hand movement.
Yea you are casting a bit. When the shaft is parallel to the ground, the hands should be near the center of your stance. A good drill would be to make VERY slow downswings, and maintain that angle in the wrist longer, driving those hands forward more. When you do this drill, make sure you are doing the proper weight shift. Helps get the hands forward as well.
Oh for a hybrid that ball is a bit too far back in your stance, probably about 1-1.5 more ball widths forward. You might be compensating for that in your downswing by casting.
Weight on the front foot looks good. Not having any problems with early extension.
Really you need to work on key 3, getting that left wrist flat at impact.