I have struggled with the flip as well, and similarly have tried many different swing thoughts and drills to fix it with little success. What has worked for me recently though is this: focusing on keeping my right (trail) wrist hinged from the top of my backswing, as long as possible through impact.
I have found that the more specific the instruction, the easier it is for me to carry out the action. In this case, the instruction is simple and direct- keep your right hand bent back as long as possible. When I tried focusing on a more abstract swing thought like "turn your hips" , I've had a much harder time executing the movement.
This video from Eric Cogorno really helped hammer in the concept of keeping the trail wrist hinged:
Who knows if this will work the same wonders for you as it has for me, but it could be something worth considering. Good luck!
Hello. I have Morton's neuroma in my right foot. I'm applying Ice hot with lidocaína and according to my doctor I have to wait for the next month to see any improvements or he has to do an injection.
So does any one have experienced this ?
Any advice for treatment or how to avoid this and other injuries?