That would be like changing "end zone" to "that 10 yard area of the field where if the player with the ball crosses the goal line into it, he scores. Instead we call it the end zone and everyone who spends much time watching football knows what that means.
It's no different with golf, except that for some reason I've never been able to quite fathom, most golfers resist learning more than the rudiments about the game they play. They can tell you which second baseman had the highest batting average three years ago in the National League, but they have almost no idea how to correctly take relief when their ball lies on a cart path.
Everything pertaining to golf is related. Golf instructors teaches facts. The law of physics. That is so right when you do it to a perfect being.. Imagine asking Ben Hogen to position the ball in various spots for certain irons. Don't golf teachers do that? But Mr Hogan says position every ball forward in the stance. All one has to do is adjust hind leg. So who is going to dispute the great Hogan. The OP must be trying to say Find your own setup and the swing will happen automatically. Golf equipment plays a part in set up too. Both Moe Norman and Ben Hogan flatten their club lie.
I remember trying this, but using the right hand made me want to accelerate through the stroke and I end up with a bit of a push off-line. Now, I tend to keep an even pressure, no wrist movement and execute a pendulum stroke from the shoulders.