A lot of players think or try too hard to make the club come into the ball on a downward angle of attack. One of the main faults that I see a lot from my students who flip is an improper finish position. Players who tend to “scoop” the ball at impact tend to hang back on their trail leg through impact and often times stay there, even post impact. To help get the club moving on a downward angle of attack, allowing our weight to transfer onto our lead leg will help the club move on a correct path both down and through the shot.
I have attached a photo that shows a comparison of the two finish positions. It is a simple adjustment that has a very positive impact on the overall consistency of impact.