Here's what's causing the inconsistencies and the feeling of "throwing" at the stuff.
You come down too shallow, and that forces you to throw the clubhead out, which means your hands have to swing around to the left sooner than they otherwise would.
There's a lot to work with here - you've got a generally good swing - and a lot of little pieces that all go into this, too.
Consider this, though:
Your left wrist is arched at the top.
Those who play like this - Dustin Johnson for example - typically have to rotate HARD coming down.
You're still almost square just before impact.
The hands have to go somewhere.
Your wrist CUPS during the downswing.
Consider also Day 4 in my 30-day plan.
I'd love to hear what you think about the above (all, not just Day 4).
Sorry for your loss.
I'd suggest perhaps donating the set to a nearby golf facility, perhaps one that works with veterans or disabled individuals. They're not worth much at all; likely not even worth the time it would take you to sell them for a few bucks.