Update: I played a round on each day of this past weekend. Temps finally were in in the mid 40's which felt nice! Anyways, I kind of had a "breakthrough" on the course. It started on the first tee shot of the round on Saturday with my driver. I actually shifted my weight from back to front as I swung and it was like a miracle. The ball flew off my driver like I had not seen in months! I used to drive the ball pretty far and fairly straight when I first started golfing last summer, but from about November until recently I lost distance and obtained a slice. All of this while "stepping-out" of shots, mostly with the driver.
Throughout the two rounds of golf this past weekend, I did not step out of any shots with my driver. I no longer had a slice either. I had a few pushes and pulls, but it was so nice and refreshing to see no slice movement at all on the ball. I even had some draw spin on a few of the drives! All because I actually was just shifting my weight like normal. It was a great feeling to finish the swing with the driver with all my weight on my left foot and actually be able to pose when I hit a nice drive instead of stepping out of the drive and always having slice spin on the ball even if I was able to keep it in the fairway.
It is a work in progress but I really needed this past weekend for my confidence. I finally hit my 3W over 200 yards from the fairway because I shifted my weight. No more slice spin which was obviously somehow connected to me not shifting my weight properly and coming over the top.
I did have a few step-outs with my irons, but this was mostly on shots with really uneven lies, so I will have to continue to work on this.
Thank you all very much to those that commented on this thread, it helped a lot. The numbers say it all as I ended up tying my lowest score ever at my country club, as I shot 86 on both days, with temps in mid 40's, windy, with yardage of 6333 yards from the tees I played from, 70.5 course rating and 128 slope.