That’s how you get off your right side and not get in front of it.
Golfers all over the world at all skill levels hang back. They also get in front of it. They hang back trying not to get in front of it and they get in front of it trying not to hang back.
To simplify, the spine should be tilted away from the target at address and at impact. The way to achieve this can be difficult, especially from a feel standpoint as it can put some strain on your lower back and also feel like you can’t hit down on the ball.
If you do it right, it won’t hurt your back and it will make it really easy to hit down on the ball. That is how you know you are doing it right.
Some people think of the lower body going toward the target, while the upper body goes away from it.
Some can create this just by a lateral hip motion toward the target, while others feel like their head moves away from the target.
This is where video or a keen eyed instructor, or range cohort comes in. You need to find what feel produces this motion, as it is very important in creating power and accuracy.
For you the feel might be chasing Brooklyn Decker in front of you with your lower body and chasing Holly Sonders behind you with your upper body.
The point is…you need to have tilt behind the ball at address and tilt behind the ball at impact with your weight moving toward your front side…and you need to find a feel that gets you there.
…and a good start is to get in an impact position and see what that tilt with a proper weight shift feels like at impact. Then experiment with ways to reproduce that feel.