Disregarding flat lies and their effects on pulls … I have a question.
If I stand completely vertical and swing across my torso like a baseball swing … it’s quite easy.
As soon as myself (or a vast majority of golfers) bend forward from the waist and are forced to swing on an incline plane … the shaft tends to get thrown over the top and cuts across the target line, missing the 4:30 line (and compensations are made).
Is the need for patience during transition reduced …. the flatter your clubs are set up? This is correct right? Someone with a massively upright backswing with upright lie angles must need to feel like they wait longer in transition?