Slouching or ignoring proper posture at address causing you to move your body up and down, lose balance, distance, and take the club off the proper swing path. If your body is slouching or tipped to far forward, it will cause an open clubface for the ball to be pushed towards the right. …
How to compensate for lost distance because of a diminished ability to turn the shoulders due to ageing. Seniors are more likely to bury their chin at address and are therefore unable to turn your shoulders properly.
You need to improve your swinging technique to gain extra yardage. You fail to complete your shoulder turn through finish, causing you will to lose accuracy and yardage.
Need for more power and distance.
Straightening your arms too quickly and reducing the power of your swing.
You have trouble with your takeaway and have a need to maximize leverage for a more powerful swing.
Needing compression for better ball flight in both distance and direction.
Slicing, hitting fat, or topping.
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.
Hitting off of the toe or heel of the club face causing hooking, slicing, or poor distance. Teeing the ball up to high can cause you to make contact too low on the clubface.