Some info: I am right foot, use reflex binding front and approach on my rear.
I will describe some mistakes that I'm doing now, that didn't do before and don't know how to fix... It's not that I do them in every pass, but i'm doing them more often.
Cutting on my onside: when I cut, most of the times my shoulders tend to go in the direction of the boat, making me get to ball 1,3,5 with losts of slack -- and not being able to counter rotate.
Pre-Turn and Turn: Sometimes i feel after cutting and going into the turn that I am on my back foot (all the weight) and as a result it is impossible to slow down and give any direction to the ski = slack.
Cutting Offside: I tend to always do good offside cutting but sometimes at the moment I have to initiate the turn, I cut too long making me get to ball 2.4,6 with lots of speed.
Brain stuff: In my head I know after the wake I can no longer pull, I have to slow down, but I have the sensation that if I do it most of the times, I'm not going to get to the buoys.
My personal best is 4 at 13m (32off). I'm a beginner skier to short lines. Any suggestions from you guys or technique that has worked for you having done this mistakes would really make my day. Thank you