…there can be less club rotation. More specifically, less LATE club rotation.
If you don’t have enough rotation of the club, it is open and underneath the plane and that is causing the pivot stall.
There is an ENORMOUS misconception right now.
People believe that more club rotation needs better timing and leads to greater inconsistency.
I am here to tell you that is false. I will agree that too much club rotation is bad, but the club face has to rotate and if you are not rotating it enough, the pivot has to stall so you can flip at the bottom and that is where all the “club rotation needs perfect timing and is bad” nonsense comes from.
You must allow the club to rotate so the lower body can continue to rotate and in turn…keep the club from rotating too much. The rotation of the club and lower body cancel and produce the illusion there is no rotation.
Your right hand needs to be on top of the shaft and the club needs to be square to your spine coming into the ball or pivot stall, early extension (goat humping) and flip are all you have left to square the club.
Your club is open to your spine.
I have posted this video dozens of times and I will keep doing it as long as people need help understanding that allowing the amount of club rotation that the body will produce naturally is the most efficient, consistent and “not dependent on timing” way to do it.
To put it another way…what is more consistent than what natural body mechanics produce?