This is common while learning my method, when something is "missing" or something is being "added". We will dial in on it right now.
Scenario #1 (The most common cause) You setup correctly and have the shaft inline front arm, and have the ball on the front foot or just inside it, and have 60% (or more) weight on the front foot, and are holding the arm/wrist shape through impact,... BUT you "think" you're rotating through impact, but actually your body stopped and the arms took over trying to help hit at the ball. Your arms are passing the body right at the ball. You MUST let the body's rotation continue through impact "dragging" that arm shape (template) around to the left (right hander). The body must move the arms! This will "trap" the ball and you can play almost any lie once learned. Scenario #2 You are turning through impact, but the wrists/hands try to help by "flipping" or "releasing". This will hit the ground or skull the ball. Many times the flip is subconscious, because the ball is too far back in the stance, and if you don't flip, you'll shank it. You also can't rotate when the ball is too far back. Play the ball on the front foot of just inside. Learn to maintain the setup shape completely through impact to the finish. Let the body's turn move the arms/club...NO FLIP.
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