Ok, I have been plagued by this for a while now, I thought I had it mostly under control but it tends to creep back in every now and again...launching throws to the right.
First I had read some things and answers to others questions that it may be caused by starting the pull before planting the lead foot. I'm still a wee bit early, starting the pull as the foot touches so I decided to go back to some right pec drills and try and build it backwards. The problem is out of close to 100 pec drills I had well over half go right, not bend right but start right. The only thing I can describe it as my shoulders blowing open and pulling everything about 15 deg right. Now I realize that all I have been doing recently is a band aid on this by forcing myself to lean over and stay solidly closed but this leads to throwing everything with a good bit of hyzer and relying on flippy stuff to get a straight throw and is forming a bad habit of throwing from under my arm. For all this, it does not produce consistent results and still has the sling open right hand blast o rama special followed in turn by the short walk of shame to my landing spot off a nearby tree.
So I'm wondering, can anyone give me some kind of idea to keep in mind or a reference point I can focus on to help me get back on track. As I said, it happens on drives, right pec drills and heck even in long puts. It's driving me nuts and I need to fix it as apposed to continually masking it with bandaids.
Any help is greatly appreciated.