Thanks for the video. If you look at the answer I gave to the above video it is very similar to the advice I would give you, just replace everything for a right handed player instead of left. The problems begin in the address position. Your weight starts too far back into the heels making it a certainty that your weight will move into your toes as you take the club back. This drives your tush off the line and lifts your head up and away from the target line. I would work on these problems first before worrying about your left hep coming down. Mark McLeod asks at 12:30: As per your request last week, here is the correct links for my swing:
Looking for a swing opinion(s), as I wrote last week – I've been tightening my swing – elbows closer (especially left at the top) to my body for control. I have been experimenting with "posting up" at impact and it seems to increasing my swing speed however I notice some of the elite golfers even lift up their lead food heel at impact to get even more leverage. What's your opinion here?
A small thing I've also noticed is that even with keeping my chin up, my chin still contacts my right shoulder at the top. Any suggestion there – more shoulder tilt on backswing?
Many thanks Thanks for the videos. I think some of your ideas about your swing are right on the money. I always watch the swing before I read your comments so I have an untarnished look. This is what I see. Your lower body moves in towards the ball on the downswing causing you to lose your tush line. This pins your left elbow behind your left hip approaching impact in a less than desirable position. The hang back of your upper body through impact and into the finish is caused by your lack of control over your lower body and can't be fixed unless you improve the function of your legs coming down. Your chin lifing on the backswing is the result of your shoulders rotating on too flat an angle going back. Turning your shoulders on a steeper plane going back will also help you maintain your posture on the downswing. I would suggest you draw a vertical line on your backside and in front of your knees from the target line view and learn how to stay within that lane during your downswing. This will free up room for your left elbow to get down in front of your hip and make it possible for your upper body to stay more over the ball at impact and not back up away from the target as you move through to the finish. Here is a picture to help you see the lane.