i've been playing golf for close to 30 years, most of which with a chronic shoulder, which has undergone 10 shoulder disclocations, but none for about the last 8-10 years, when i decided to give up any sport that may involve falling. i notice it has affected my follow-through. it is less than full. as a result, i am not getting much loft.
i used to depend on a fade which was very consistent and something i could live with. i compensated by keeping an open stance. within the last 2-3 years, the fade completely disappeared, and now i am either hitting it dead straight, or pulling it left. i am having trouble convincing myself to alter my stance to avoid the lefts, it is still open and i am facing slightly left. my mind is convinced if i adopt a closed stance, then i will start hitting it right.
another issue that has me thinking about the rights is keeping the driver face open at address. to me, it looks like because the angle of the face, the ball will go right. so i keep the driver face shut, but in doing so, i lose loft.
i don't know if i am asking for advice, or just putting into writing the state of my game from the tee, but if anyone can relate and would like to share, it is much appreciated.