These two do it for me (the sub items come along for the ride as I've tied those into the primary items) - I'm right handed:
1 Setup with a 'feeling' of most weight on my right (this actually just balances me even, though it 'feels' biased to the right)
- - better ball and club head start position (I used to lead/close the clubface too much due to bad weight/pressure management)
- - back swing loads weight to right better - finish is much more forward
- - full rotation at finish
- - shoulder start takeaway
- - right knee stays in front/back plane and extends in backswing
- - weight finishes on front foot and trail foot rotates fully
- - swing plane in and out and not steep any more
- - head up gets out of the way of backswing and follow through (I let it rotate with the swing, it was better than my old, 'keep the head still' ideas)
2 Full backswing (until I see the club head on the left with my peripherals).
- - head up, not hunched
- - lets my head move to not hinder my shoulders
- - better and more consistent divot feel (weird, huh? ensuring a more full backswing gets me more consistency on depth of strike...)
- - later/stronger/faster release
I like that I only think about setup weight and a complete backswing and don't really think about the others. I'd like to take it down to just one item eventually. The initial weight loading is getting automatic. But I forget about the fuller backswing until I'm reminded by a couple shallow picks - annoying.
Though, I'm still in the 'think of things to get my SWING' right phase of learning. Instead of thinking about the SHOT and executing the shot. The days where I really feel like I have shape and control of the shot are days when I also don't have to remind myself about these two either. Those are good days......but pretty rare. But will keep working to the day when that's my comfy zone.