I am no golf pro so take what I say and do with it as you please. I agree with Saevel25 that you move you weight too far back in your backswing. If I were you, I'd try to extend my arms more after the impact.
You have a really nice looking swing though! You have good extension on your left arm in your backswing, something that I struggle with.
The last time I played out there was a few years ago in the fall and they made no particular effort to deal with the leaves. That round was a waste of time,money and golf balls. On prior trips, it approached ok. It certainly beat Hidden Lake.
If nothing else, Cliffside is a bit unconventional. The holes are fairly unique. If course conditions were brought up to speed, it wouldn't be bad.
Oh man, those JPX-900 tours look great. I can't help but think a "tour" version of the JPX line is a bit weird. Isn't that what the entire MP line is? More compact heat, less offset, etc? Either way, definitely want to hit these. The 850 forged almost de-throned my MX-200's. Maybe these will do it.
Where I play, the greens are pretty flat and/or pretty slow . .I'm not really running into many "sliders" - good thing for me.
My swing is at the point where the shorter the iron is, the easier it is for me to swing it . .I'm comfy through the 6 iron. The 5 iron gives me some pause. The 4 iron is just for weird little hook shots out from under trees, etc.
So long approach shots are probably the worst ones that I commonly run into. I tend to miss the green from any distance but if it's more than about 150 yards I'm absolutely going to miss it.