It looks like you'll need some work and I'm sure these guys on here will help you along. One thing that I see that will benefit you the most the earliest is to slow your swing down. When I started I had a problem with muscling the swing and had little hook (speed dominant over rev dominant). It's been almost 4 years now and I'm still fighting that ingrained speed issue. Slow your swing down and your ball will hook a bit more and the rest of these guys will help you with everything else.
The ideal swing should feel as though you aren't putting anything on it; until you get to the release point. Just let gravity take the ball down and back and then down and through again. During the transition period between the back swing / forward swing the ball will float for what feels like a second (This is very good!). If you need more ballspeed your footwork, body positioning, leverage, etc. will allow you to put more power into the ball without putting any "arm" into it. The others here will help you with all of that.
I don't want to see you get into the same bad mistakes that I got into... and am still fighting to get out of.
Edited by Let1Hang (01/04/11 03:53 PM)
LS: 598 (194, 191, 213) on 01/13/2014
HS: 727 (267,276,182)
LHG: 300 - 12/28/09
LHS: 727 (300,226,201) - 12/28/09