To review what I sent you.
- Check the left hand grip, I'd recommend making it stronger and making sure the heel pad is "on top".
How to Grip a Golf Club, Commonalities of a Functional Golf Grip
- Priority is Key #1, more on the pivot than what's going on with the head. The hips slide back instead of turning on the backswing. First step in fixing this is making sure both knees are turned out at address, "bowed out".
- When the hips slide, the pivot stalls and this creates a sequencing issue with the arms and torso. A feel I suggested was to keep the right hip turning throughout the backswing and to feel the right cheek or tailbone get closer to the target on the backswing.
Notice the difference in where the "gap" is with the lines drawn on the hips. The player in the right pic (Daniel Summerhays) has made a centered hip turn, the right hip kept turning and moving around which helps his arms be more in sync with his pivot. Daniel is in a great position to fire his arms down and transfer his weight forward. As I said in the video, the point of all this is to improve your impact alignments. Getting the arms in a position where they can come down faster, with your weight transferring forward will help you achieve Key #3. You'll be able to hit the ball higher, divots will be more shallow and the swing will require less maintenance.
Good drill to check out.