One of my problems recently has been hitting an occasional shank or right push when I work on getting my weight left and taking a divot in front of the ball. I remembered something a S&T instructor told me in the past which was that I need to concentrate on keeping the club face "more closed" through the swing. I started working on this feel recently and it seems to work. It takes a lot of effort to keep from not letting the club face rotate, though. I believe doing this keeps the club face square to the plane, however, and it's not literally closed. However, this seems like doing that "square to square" swing that I've read about and I'm hesitant to follow that type of a swing (no offense to the "square to square" guys).
My question is 1) Is concentrating on keeping the club head square to the arc (for me feeling like I'm keeping the club head closed and holding that position) OK to be doing? and 2) What does the 5SK approach recommend in regards to what the club face is doing through the swing?
I would appreciate any input or guidance. Thanks!