Thanks for sending me your swing video Jake! There are a lot of great aspects of your swing. You have the potential to be a great ball striker.
If you work on your footwork, you will improve your ball striking and get rid of your pull. You appear to get on your toes during your downswing, which plays a role in your pulled shots.
I would like to see you move your weight into your front heel earlier in your downswing.
Before you hit any shots, take some practice swings where you feel your body turning left and your left heel pushing into the ground. Do this at slow speed practice swings, then full speed practice swings and finally hitting balls. When you start turning into you lead heel, you will turn your pulls into push draws!
Let me know if you have any
@jakewoof23 Thank you for the advice,
A life-long athlete, Peter Weisel has been playing golf since he was in high school in New Jersey. After playing college golf for Roanoke College (Salem, VA), Peter began teaching at Roanoke Country Club.
Peter is a US Kids and TPI Certified Level 2 Junior Coach who has enjoyed sharing the game of golf at clubs in New Jersey and Virginia for the past ten years. He draws from his previous athletic and competitive experiences to create a unique learning environment for students of all ages and abilities