Shoulders need to be a little bit steeper, you are a bit too shallow on the shoulder turn. Its pretty close.
Here are some videos to work on the correct turn.
In this image your a bit inside, you get the classic roll the hands over. Also your right knee is way too flexed in this image. You need to get less rolling of the hands and more body turn only at this part. Let your hips rotate sooner. Your hands are getting no depth at this point. I would almost like to see your hands and clubhead switch places in this image. Hands more to the left and clubhead more towards the right. The better shoulder turn angle will help out as well.
From this exit point it looks like you got a bit of a flip into the ball with the wrists. See Zach Johnson on the right. How he maintains his incline through impact. His left leg is still flexed, and his right heel is just barely off the ground. Also note how the clubhead stays outside the hands into the finish. While your clubhead is exiting quicker than the hands. You need to get more like Zack on this one. When you maintain that spin tilt, your left hip will rotate around and up. Yours rotates more on a shallow plane, very parallel to the ground. Get more tilt.
This video will help work on getting you to lead with the handle more instead of with the clubhead.