Just IMO. Ran all your swings in 0.25 slo-mo.
Knees look too flexed...try less knee bend. Hogan said to feel like you're leaning against a bar stool while waiting to shoot pool. And relax your arms a LOT, they should feel like strings of spaghetti. I think you're doing the Hogan arm wrap, but that can lead to too much starting tension.
You are standing up on the back swing, then dropping down on the downswing...way too much needless movement. Check out your hat vs. the trees behind, you lift quite a bit. This is because you are not rotating
back...you are lifting the club with your arms. Someone along the way may have worked with you to keep the club outside of your hands on the back swing, but that's causing you to lift the club vs. rotate. Thus, you're swing looks in front of you, not around
I suggest this: Fold your hands across your chest. "Lean on the barroom stool" at address position. Make sure the right knee is flexed and stays
flexed. Now rotate your torso like you're in a cylinder, or you're a human drill bit going into wood....you can't move right or left....rotate until you feel lots of tension. You will feel like you're rotating "over your right knee", and you will feel pressure on the inside of your right foot...that creates coil / torque. You should find you can't turn back very far because your muscle's are not used to this type of turn.
Now get a club and do the same exact thing...and don't worry about club path for now...just rotate
back to the top....hold, then go a little farther...from there, rotate the hips slightly left without moving the upper body...get some separation...then from there rotate
back down while keeping the arms connected to your torso rotation...rotate everything together, like you're arms are locked into your shoulder rotation. Nothing goes faster or slower, back to the ball position. This should give you the feel of how to rotate back to the ball.
I suggest hitting tons of PW's with half swings to get the rotation feel. I'm working with someone right now on a very similar set of issues.
EDIT: Check out this video...I'm a firm believer in not getting too mechanical in golf.
Edited by FourTops, 10 June 2018 - 02:12 PM.