My current handicap index or average score is: 7.7
My typical ball flight is: push
The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: shank
I'm going to assume the face on swing is pretty similar. Would like to see you clean up some set-up pieces. Slouched is good at address, you're just bent over too much and your eyes/chin are "up". Here's what I recommend.
- Check the grip, left thumb is off, also check the placement in the right hand. Towards the end of the backswing you lose the structure in your grip. I think it's a combo of the grip and how the left elbow works on the backswing.
- Raise the handle at address.
- Lower the eyes/chin. These last two will help you stand "taller" but you'll still be "soft" of slouched enough with the upper back.
- Turn the left foot out.
- Bump the hips a little forward.
Where I'm going with this...... (Click to show)
Hips aren't set forward enough at address and they slide back during the backswing. Right foot rolls inward too much, makes it tough get the hips forward AND open enough which allows you to "thrust".
The set-up pieces will help you turn your hips in place. Create a gap on the trail hip, not the front hip. This will will make it easier to keep the elbows from spreading apart which means they'll stay closer together on the downswing and the result will be better contact.
Are you on Evolvr now?
Yeah get some better dtl video for Evolvr or next time you post. Stick with the set-up stuff first.