I had heard various things about S&T over the past few years but didn't really know anything about it until recently. I decided to read some things online about the fundamentals and watched a few videos to learn more, and it was enough to pique my curiosity. I was at the range today and decided to try incorporating some of the basics into my swing, and wow, just by having the swing thoughts of keeping my weight forward and not resisting straightening my right leg in the backswing, I was able to get instant results. I had been struggling with controlling the trajectory of my short irons and wedges lately, and while trying this, I was able to get a much more penetrating trajectory and it took a lot less effort to get consistent solid contact, no distance loss either. Tried some shots with my longer clubs too and had absolutely no trouble hitting driver.
What I really like about this whole S&T thing is how simple it is to just take one or two aspects of it and just add them to your current swing, as well as taking as much or as little out of it as you want. When I was trying it on the range, there was no learning curve at all, and in a way it kind of felt more natural than what I was doing before. Can't wait to play around with it some more because ballstriking has never been my strength and this definitely seems like something that is going to help