Show some videos with the ball...swing changes much when hitting
You are lucky to be so flexible but the amount of strain you are putting on your spine is imho very risky. You are also going to risk injuring your lead knee too because rather than keeping the weight pressure on the inside of the lead foot in the mid-late downswing and bracing over an extending lead leg , the foot has already turned over the outside and your knee is way outside the left foot. You might need someone to guide you on how to swing rhythmically in balance and without strain.
Here is a video by Shawn Clement that might provide you with some 'feel drills' using heavy tools to get your pivot, weight shift. rhythm and balance all in synch.
Swing looks a bit loose, but with pretty good fundamendals, imo. You could improve your transition somewhat. By starting the lower body a split hair before the upper body, hands and club head has completed the back swing. Study Fowler's trhythm and transition in that regard...
Also, you could tighten up a few nuts and bolts.
I disagree with those who oppose to the hands behind dead weight, it's a good thing imo. But use your trail hand to brace the connection between lead arm and shoulder. Use it to place your hands where the pivot gets max leverage.
IMO you're on the right track here.
This is over exaggerating hip turn. Right now, the hips are leaving the upper body behind and are not connected. Get the right elbow to fall in front of the right hip and then turn through.
Also, clean up that right foot footwork. The heel needs to lead the tow instead of spinning out on it. More of a rolling motion.
Stuart G. wrote:
Not a pro - but to me looks a lot like Monte's "68 Ballerina"