The geometry tells the story. Lets use a Cue Ball as an example. If you want to back it up, you hit at/or below the equator in a downward angle. This puts "backspin" on the ball. If you want the opposite, you hit in an upward angle at/or above the equator.
Now, your problem with driver is backing up which means you're hitting in downward angle at the ball. 1. You might have the ball being impacted prior to the bottom of the swing arc (we want after the bottom and on the way back up). This could give a downward angle of attack. 2. You may be "flipping squarely" through impact, after the bottom of the swing arc. This usually causes more "height" and more of a ball drops and stops, but could cause some backup. 3. You doing a combination of "both" above. Look at your impact on video and see if your front wrist is bent in (must be flat or bowed out) and angle of attack must be ascending. We want an upward angle with a solid flat or bowed out front wrist. Also... get experimental... move that ball 4" outside your front foot and REALLY hang on to the "flat/bowed out" front wrist through impact and use your BODY to turn holding that shape. This should get you hitting more up into the ball after the bottom of the arc. FYI... pretty darn hard to get roll when the grass is wet or soaked.
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