Swinging too hard will cause a bad transition from the top of your swing and will lead to poor timing and inconsistency.
Poor chipping and iron play from just off the green.
Wedge shots that fly short and unpredictably.
Poor balance due to swinging too hard.
Straightening out your hips during the backswing or a having a poor tempo can cause poor and inconsistent contact with the ball.
Failure to make proper contact with the ball due to a poor swing; causing you to hook, slice, top, or duff. You fail to make solid contact if you move your right elbow up and down because you don?t get the depth you need to make a full backswing turn.
Restricting your swing while chipping, not enough loft, or easing into the ball.
You feel like you are picking the club up in your backswing when hitting a fairway wood and then hitting down on the ball during impact.
The range of error for a forty yard wedge shot is huge because you can finish your shot between thirty five yards short of the target or sixty yards past it.
Many people sway or tilt during their swing because they are not turning at the hips correctly. This will cause you to over swing your arms, prevent a proper weight shift, and take the club off of its swinging path.