Can't seem to find a PGA Pro who can fix this in my swing.... HELP
I have talked to multiple PGA Pros about my swing and I haven't had one that could fix my overswing/across the line position..
One pro told me I need extension in my right arm. I have done this and while it moves the club a little more away from my head, it is still pointed across the line and wants to overswing.
Another pro told me I need to point the club to left field. When I do this, the club goes completely flat as if it were a driver and it still wants to work back to a "pointed across the line" look.
Another pro told me to take it way outside the plane and do it extremely slowly. I can do that, but it didn't fix the issue.
I look at my swing and think if I stop my shoulder turn earlier, my position would be just fine. It appears my trail shoulder dips towards the target which causes my arms to only naturally keep working around the body causing me to lose extension and force the club to an across the line position.
The problem is, I don't know how to stop turning my shoulders earlier. Losing flex in right leg for a better coil only makes it worse.
I have tried stopping when shoulder hits the chin, but its nearly impossible to try to stop turning everything the second your shoulder hits the chin. It should be automatic in theory if everything is in sync. Pro golfers and even many amateurs seem to swing so hard and yet they don't seem to have this issue. Is it flexibility causing this? Is it something in my take away? Are my shoulders turning too quickly in swing. I need help! Willing to practice anything if I know it actually will end up working.
Can anyone help?