One thing you can try that I think works wonderful (for your rhythm concerns), is ... once you're totally setup ... just turn your head only and
while you are looking at the target, visualize "in rhythm", a backswing movement & a downswing movement. This might be: - Shoulders backswing - Hips downswing Again, in rhythm You actually say these words to yourself ... at the "pace" you want to move your body. Then, turning only your head, look back at the ball and GO! You do the "movements" at the pace you rehearsed a few seconds ago. This technique I figured out 15-20 years ago and have been teaching it everyday. IT WORKS AWESOME! You just have to incorporate it into your routine and do it. This keeps you in rhythm and removes anxiety and is comforting and really adds confidence in the long run. Silky1 ...any progress is always good. Actually, I like to give some great advice I heard years ago, to my students ... I tell them: Some of your best "growth" will come from "setbacks". Also, expect to fail sometimes, but get back on and fail "better" next time. We all mess up and make mistakes. It is how you handle the "setbacks". Learn from them. All aspects of life have ups and downs.
Move Less ... Get Good! DUPLESSISGOLF