That happens to me when I over rotate. Make sure your head points behind you, not at the shore (I look down with my eyes to spot the water, some ppl say look at your landing wake). If you look at the shore, you'll over rotate. If you pass the handle too early, you'll probably over rotate (unless you look behind you to stop the rotation). I would work on getting comfortable on landing blind (it's scary w2w, so first I mastered doing it on the surface, then one wake -- both inside out and outside in). After mastering that, w2w was easy. My problem now is that when I try to take it big into the flats, I can't seem absorb the landing with my knees when in the blind position, so I end up having to pass, else the handle gets ripped out. So I still don't own this. Feel like I've sunk a lot of time into this trick, but it opens so many doors, that I feel it's worth while.
What did Kyle tell you? Please let me know if what I said contradicts him in any way and I will punch myself in the gut as hard as I can for being a moron.