Well, it’s getting better. I made what I consider a breakthrough by getting rid of most of my knee flex at address and concentrating on adding flex to the right leg while pushing it backwards right as the hands, arms and upper trunk start the club away. At the same time I am trying to use my hands and wrists to get the clubhead to swing up the shaft plane instead of under it, and when I do this in combination with not straightening the right knee in the takeaway the club has much less tendency to cross the line at the top. All this sets me up to transfer my weight more directly into the left heel in transition, and when that happens my sequence improves and I can feel what Hogan was talking about when he showed the downswing plane as shifted to the right of the target . When the right arm drives in for the sidearm throwing action the lower body has to be in position to rotate as it slides so that the club does not get stuck coming from too far in to out. When the sequence is correct and the body is cleared with the arms in front it’s a wonderful thing. I’m finally hitting the ball.