Originally Posted by Slowcelica
LOL thanks for the tips on the right knee, funny thing is probably two weeks before taking this video someone told me i was moving my head because i was letting my right knee bend, and to keep it from bending, so I worked on keeping it bent not allowing it to straighten. I'll stop doing that and adjusting my chin position shouldn't be to bad, question on that though, won't my shoulder hit it in the back swing causing my head to move more? My left foot is flared about 25 degrees, you probably just can't see it because of the angle, I flare my right foot maybe 10 degrees, so you are saying that they should be equally angled? I know I saw a thread around here on this, do you have the link?
This is a big reason I think why people have problems improving, because you can to go one instructor and they tell you one thing, and go to another and its the opposite.
Check out what @Brian W posted on a centered turn, and how that left shoulder moves down and around. You might find you need to get a slightly steeper shoulder turn as well. Getting your head in a better position at address will help this. Looking down the bridge of your nose can promote a too shallow shoulder turn.
What keeping flex in the right knee does is allows for movement to happen laterally to the right in the backswing. If you let it straighten you are more likely to have a more centered turn because your hip will go back and up behind you. When your right hip does this, it doesn't move laterally to the right.
What your instructor might have been saying is you could have been adding flex (bending more), and tried to make you stop bending it. I want you to loose flex in that right knee.
As long as they are flared. I usually flair mine a minimal amount, but both are close to equally flared. I wouldn't say they have to be equally flared. If you find one way comfortable, then go for it. Flaring the feet just helps with a proper turn, not really required. Its just an adjustment that gives you stuff for free in the golf swing.