Yep - so when I looked at the videos, the weight massively back was a common feature. I'll process and upload what I have. I think I also need to train my partner to be more face on (we did some down the line ones too).
When I had my lessson a couple of months ago, my teacher said he thinks I lean pack and heave up because my swing is steeply down, and if I didn't, I'd bury the ball in the ground, so I sway back, delofting the club, opening the face, and spraying the ball short and wide.
I'll have a look through the key 2 material and make a plan.
My Dad showed me this video:
The presenter argues for "pushing off" from the back foot, using legs and glutes. What are folks' thoughts about this? I instinctively didn't like it, because I've been taught "hips tucked", with the rear foot banking rather than pushing off.
Think about swinging out more so your hands are further from you body at A6. My Evolvr instructor wants my left arm to not be vertical at A6, but a good hand width out. Try swinging out so your hands are past the ball from your eye view. What this does is move the club head back on plane. You can almost over do it it in practice where you swing way out thinking you’ll miss the ball, but you won’t. Do them slowly at first.