It is possible that you aren’t looking in the right place for answers. Maybe it isn’t your technique that is the problem. Stay with me hereif changing your technique isn’t helping, maybe it’s time to look to some other aspect of your game to work on.
Let me pose a few specific questions:
1) What is your pre-shot routine? 2) How do you let go of ego? 3) How do you find balance in your swing?
You may have never been asked these questions before, but entertain them. It’s a fact that all professional golfers have some pre-shot routine that helps them center themselves before they swing. Coaches help them to find pre-shot routines that help them find peace of mind before they swing. This helps tremendously with centering yourself before taking a swing.
Ego can also play a big part in your game. If you’re more worried about looking like a pro, that can be a hindrance to your shot. It’s a lot of pressure to let go of when you need to be concentrating. You need to get yourself as calm as you are when you’re just practicing golf. You need to find a way to reach the same state of peace.
Finally, are you balancing properly? Assuming you’re a righty, when you swing you should be able to pick your right foot up off the ground completely. If you can’t without toppling over, then you aren’t balancing before the swing. It will benefit you to work on that. Your weight should rest on your left foot as you take your swing.