Looks to me like someone who has learned how not to hook the ball. Missing the target a bit short and right is usually better than missing a bit long and left. The release is choked off a little with a loss of full distance potential, but the reward in safety and predictability is worth it. A very advanced golf swing, IMO.
Not sure what the purpose of this thread is. Does it really matter what you call it?
I wouldn't call it a flip because the clubhead hasn't prematurely gone past the hosel at impact. Most of it looks standard to me: left shoulder up, right wrist going from extension to flexion, coupling point level/slightly up through impact. Left arm seems to bend a bit more (not sure if you drew that accidentally or on purpose) as the golfer does what he can to go normal.