I have a list of things to work on or keep in mind when I play. Usually just about the swing, but can be other stuff too. I try to keep track of what mistakes cause what misses so I can work on those later.
I know my thoughts/feels of what I try to do in the golf swing might not actually be what causes misses, but that's what the fix feels like. For example, maybe how I feel the weight distribution isn't actually what happens, but it's how I feel it.
So, here goes: (keep in mind, i'm left handed)
butt up and back, elbow first. not doing this can cause you to roll wrists and have open clubface at impact. like in chipping, don't break wrist till parallel ishhh so you don't roll wrists
make sure left side doesn't come up on downswing! keep it low, right side goes up. left foot shouldn't have the heel up at impact, more like the weight that stays back is on the inside. left knee should feel like it's moving towards target. if left side is up, can cause fat shots.
keep head more still, don't let it go forward with lower body. can cause you to come out to in, duffer.
don't be afraid to be aggressive. trust the shot. or you'll wimp out and hit in the bunker. but don't be stupid and hit driver on holes that don't need it, like 1 at ackerman hills (not relevant to you probably, but this is copy and pasted from my golf notebook. it's a 330 yard par 4)
remember the glove is there to hold the club, so don't overgrip. nice and light.
don't let the left arm go too far back... not flexible enough to get the elbow in the right spot at impact. keep it in the sweet spot
That's all for me. What about you?