‘Keep the left shoulder low in the transition’
My bad shots tend to be a high block or a bit of a hook out the toe of the club. Both of these are caused by the same fault in the transition and into the downswing. It happens when my left shoulder gets a bit high and the club drops in behind my hands on the way down. From there, you either can’t square the face in time and block it high and right or you try and save it with your arms and you often get the ‘toey hook’. If you have a tendency to hit these shots then you could be doing the same thing. Try this drill that I use to improve my transition.