Swinging too hard will cause a bad transition from the top of your swing and will lead to poor timing and inconsistency.
Standing up as you swing because your sense of balance tries to keep you from falling down the slope or swinging too flat and hitting the ground before you make contact with the ball.
Straightening your arms too quickly and reducing the power of your swing.
Clubface opens at impact or needing a low trajectory.
Need to avoid obstacles in the fairway or make it around a dogleg with a powerful shot.
Poor balance due to swinging too hard.
You need to bounce the ball to the green when a bushes or trees are obstructing the lob shot or if a bump and run would leave the ball in the long rough. The Texas Turn Down can land the ball short of the green with enough over spin to bounce forward and run close to the pin.
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.
It is very likely that you are flicking wrists or your left wrist is bent at impact.