well, your right leg is straightening to the point of hyperextension which is throwing all of your weight on your heel and backwards. to recover you come down a little steep and then release all of your angles at the bottom adding loft and probably having some inconsistency with low point.
I would work on simple things like balance points throughout the swing. trying to keep your weight on the balls of your feet. not the heels, or the toes. keep a little flex in your right leg on the backswing to get into an athletic position at the top. I'm a follower of george gankas, and he really believes a lot of swing faults and compensations are a direct result of poor balance. you still manage to get the club in some decent positions from what I see though you may have a little too much extension(cupping) of the left wrist at the top so your face is a little open on the way down which is another cause of an early-ish release to square up the face. but focus on the balance in the backswing. you can straighten your leg a little, just make sure youre keeping your weight more centered under you than allowing it to fall back behind you, if that makes sense? it might not fix everything, but at least it would get you in the right position to start making other improvements.
btw, this is merely just my opinion, and is purely for entertainment purposes only. I am not a teacher, just a fan of the golf swing, so please don't hold me too responsible if you apply things I say and your game turns to rubbish lol
You'll figure it out. I wonder if you're experiencing a visual issue with seeing all that loft and thinking there's a tiny margin of error. I remember having moments of doubt like that early on (and to be honest I still do occassionally) and subsequently hit a chunky-monkey or an ankle-rocket.
I was in a reading mood tonight. I finished a novel off and then went to our home library to find something new. What I found was what looks like a completely untouched copy of The Little Red Book. I didn't even know it was in the house. My father was a golfer (complete hack but loved the game), and quite the reader, so it was funny to find it in mint condition, although it was probably too instructive for him.
I am about halfway through and its just amazing stuff to me. Simplicity at its finest. Can't wait to finish it tomorrow, and I am going to make note to pull it back out around spring.
Got it. Thanks for clearing that up. I will alert Golfchannel immediately 😜
It’s Tuesday after the fact, I think it’s still fair game lol. Plus the guy has a history. Also it’s a golf forum. And I’m just joking around 😂