I've been working on developing a steeper shoulder turn in an attempt to stop having my chin get "bumped" by my left shoulder on the backswing to the point I can't see the ball in my foveal vision.
While I was working on this, I realized that a big part of getting a steeper shoulder turn is actually related to the hips moving correctly. Essentially, the right hip rotating behind me and up allows the shoulders to turn at the correct angle. @saevel25 gave me this exact advice in my swing thread weeks ago, but it didn't click until last night.
My question is: am I thinking about this correctly and if so, does anyone have any drills they've successfully used to get a steeper turn? TIA