I may be totally wrong, but I believe that lefties adapt swings that are more than mirror images of what a right handed player does. Often times it looks (to me) that they have to do a lot more manipulation. This indeed is talent. Just look at the way a left handed person writes on a tablet, he/she seems to have to distort their hands in weird (to us right handers) positions looking as if they are writing upside down. In the swing shown of Bubba, he uses a LOT of wrist action. It is even more apparent in a person that does only one task with the opposite hand, example, a person who does everything with his/her right hand, but perhaps swings a golf club or tennis racket with the left. Bubba is a phenom in many respects.
I can see why you are nervous about posting a swing here.
It really sounds like a mental issue. I doubt a video will help you out of the gate anyway.
Hitting a still ball is not a obvious thing to everyone. For some, it really is a mental issue. You have to get into your brain first.
My son used this drill for the kids and it's a fun game. Try just rocking your club back and forth like a pendulum without a ball there. Have a friend who's facing you drop a ball towards where the club bottoms out and try to hit it without moving your body too much. Just wait for the ball to get to the spot where the club bottoms out. Once you get good at this, practice some chip shots with that same motion. Put 10 balls in a row, walk up to them and chip them. Walk up to each ball setup and swing with that same pendulum motion. Gradually increase the distance you hit a little bit at a time with the same relaxed motion.
Eventually, you'll be ready to learn how to make full swings without any of the "ball hitting" apprehension.
I heard it works well with adults as well. I'd be interested if this helps you reduce your ball apprehension.
@sppitts, the CF16s are great irons. Check out my review of them here:
I'll tell you that you should get fitted, though. I ended up swapping out the XP95s for KBS Tours. The 95s were too light for me and I ended up getting better numbers with the heavier KBS Tours.