Practice swinging downhill to properly transfer your weight during the downswing Properly transferring your weight on the downswing allows the club to stay square through impact and ensures that you hit the ball with a descending strike. It also enables you to finish your follow through to a position similar to the PGA Tour Logo. All finish positions are unique, but the common points amongst the best players are that they finish with their weight on their front foot and their shoulders turned towards the target.
In picture 1, the player's weight has not properly shifted to the left at the finish position. Thus it is over the back foot, causing a flipping motion with the hands and incomplete shoulder rotation going through.
In picture 2, the player is standing on a downslope with their front foot lower than the back foot. The player is making practice swings allowing the slope to push him forward using gravity to practice the feeling of properly shifting the weight forward. This is a great drill to use; we also have a device called the Orange Peel that mimics uneven lies that is very useful for this.
In picture 3, the player is properly shifting his weight forward and his shoulders are properly turned all the way through.