Hands in front at impact is fine providing they're only just in front. However, if its combined with a hip slide you might be further in front than you think. This will mean the bottom of the arc is further forward than it should be and you will be hitting a descending blow which will increase the backspin - fine when you want drop and stop with a wedge but not ideal with the longer clubs.
110mph swing speed is decent but a 13krpm off that is way too high. Ideally you should be less than 3k off a driver. Anything more than that and you will start to see the ball balloon.
I'm guessing but I'd look at ball position in your stance. Alternatively, you could switch to a Stack & Tilt swing (Youtube it) that will see you load the front foot early but then stay centred over that point till impact. I like S&T because it quietens the lower body early in the swing and gives amatuers the time to get the hands and arms working without having to worry about the lower body. That said, my swing is way too old and ingrained to take it on-board.
Driver: Ping i15 11*
Three wood: Taylormade RBZ HL
Rescue: Taylormade 22degree
Irons: Titliest 712cb 4-pw
Wedges: Titliest Vokey 52&56 degree
Putter: Odyseey Whitehot no.5 centre shaft