Thank you so much for the replies.
I have been working on keeping things smooth and slow for a majority of this summer, but never got a chance to actually observe my throw. The first thing that I noticed when observing these videos was the lack of rotation. I almost cringed upon my first viewing, but I guess that's why these videos help
Nothing in my hips, and as black udder stated, not much shoulder rotation either. Will speeding things up help me this? This throw is much slower than what I used to do, and I think I have just been scared to speed it back up.
bcsst26- I do work on standstill throws, working mainly with putters and mids, but I admit that I don't do practice standstill throws with my drivers. In those videos I was throwing Rocs and Teebirds. Using a rough estimate on google maps, I would say I was getting just under 300' with the Teebirds, and maybe 265-270 with the Rocs? I'm terrible at estimating distances.
JR, I will have to remember what you said about my plant leg in regard to my desired line. I never never really thought about that before. I totally know what you mean about not putting power in my elbow chop. I have felt that power maybe once or twice in a field session, but it just seems to happen on accident, and when it does, I really notice a difference. It is also funny that you mention my form being more akin to an approach, as that is probably the best part of my game.
I also came to the realization that I was not using a correct power grip until Saturday. I took those videos on Sunday, trying to incorporate a better grip. With my old grip, my index finger was seperate from my others, and was putting pressure into my thumb pad, instead of the base of my thumb. I probably re-read the grip article 4 or 5 times at work today. It feels really awkward right now, but I can't believe how much stronger my grip feels now.
Thanks again for all the helfpul insight.