1. Slowing down my arms during the downswing. Allowing lag and release to occur more naturally. I actually hit it longer and straighter when I’m not trying to kill the ball. Works great on the range but standing on the fairway 150 yards away from the green, something deep inside the back of my mind tells me to swing hard. Probably the biggest reason that I lose posture and hit off of the heel.
2. keeping my right heel down through impact. Almost every time I mis-hit it’s usually because I lift my heel up and start turning early.
Nothing. I've put my clubs in my truck and then taken them back out at least 5 times without making it to the course.
Last time I played, at least a month and a half ago, my back was sore for 3 days afterwards. Now it's sore when I wake up. I go to bed planning on playing and wake up and say screw it.
A few of those times I was planning to walk so I loaded up my 3 wheel cart the night before, then couldn't answer the bell and ended up unloading it.