I've been Playing Golf for: 5 years
My current handicap index or average score is: 13.4 and rising from a low of 10.4 last year.
My typical ball flight is: Draw or pull draw with irons. Driver is anyones guess when things are off.
The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Consistent one sided pattern with the driver, either draw of fade. It is my weakest club by far. When I get out of sorts, I am not sure where the ball will go. I will expect a slight draw and a big fade will happen or a hook into trouble. My irons are much more consistent. My GIR with fairways hit is 38% vs <8% for left or right rough. I am hitting 40% of fairways this year and 20% GIR overall.
Below are two videos, one of my current driver swing and one of the drill I am working on. My priority piece is too steep a shaft angle from A4 to A5 causing too steep an angle coming into impact and a bit of an over the top swing. I have been working on this with my Evolvr instructor Stephan (@sk golf) since January. My next add is some palmar flexion from A4 to A5 to help flatten the shaft and close the face a bit.
The driver video includes the practice motion of A4 - 6 emphasizing laying the shaft down. But as you can see, when I do the actual swing, I steepen again.
Here is a A4 5 6 drill in real time.
Thanks for watching.