Last year I restarted golf and after a few months browsing the world wide web and lurking at the Sandtrap's forum I decided to jump in and a little later I discovered S&T ..... got enthousiastic about it and bought the book, etc.....
Went learning it from the book, no big deal as for me ...... I had 1 lesson 25 years ago, no succes stopped playing golf a few years later at hc. 14 orso, and restarted last year, took 1 lesson bc. all my shots went left (pull).
Anyway I liked the instruction but rather spended $$$ on the next better driver than taking lessons, first question on ball flight laws .... dead wrong answer, didn't even bother to ask a second question.
So I tried S&T from the book, and the backswing looked a terrible lot like the Greg Norman powermove, right pocket back / fuller turn that I was using 25 orso years ago, so branding this into my backswing no problem ..... 5.000 balls further I kept hitting pushes (straight to the right) by a few degrees, just a few .... not a big deal, but just annoying enough to stop S&T.
Recently I picked up S&T again, as I kept the S&T backswing and it is really grooved in, I focussed sofar mostly on Weight Forward and a Forward Lean of the shaft and the results are pretty good, I have hit some really great long approaches, that went dead straight and long at the pin from 180 yds in.
Last few days I have been practicing maintaining the flying wedge and guess what ....... hello pushes and another thing that puzles me a bit is that I have some fat contacts (ground first, ball second) that still fly pretty good, but 85-90 percent of a good stroke.
Sorry no video's yet, working on that , but I damaged my left ankle by stepping into a nasty spot yesterday and cannot turn properly at the moment.