Just keep doing the drills, practicing them. You don't take the drills to the course. Your swing is what it is right now. If you do the drills right and change your swing, you should see improvement in your golf game over time. Basically the drills are to fix your full swing. You are just systematically fixing the problems in your swing.
I would say for that drill, get more hip movement through impact. Notice how Erik, in the same drill, really has his hips open, and his arms extended outward keeping that flying wedge. I think you might be a tad too army with that drill.
Also what iron are you using for that drill, and watch your ball position. You want do this drill with a good ball position. That looks kinda back in your stance. Maybe throw down two clubs forming a "Cross" shape, and make sure you are not having that ball too far back.
I noticed the ball looked a bit back in the stance too, but I also think I had the camera angled a bit. I'll set up the ball position guide you suggested to make sure in the future though. The video you posted isn't the same that Brian showed me of what he wanted me to do. I'll post the evolvr video in a bit. What I was curious about was, is it better to just focus on the drills and not go play golf or work on full swing stuff for awhile. Basically just focus on ingraining this into my swing for awhile to give it a chance to show up in my full swing.
Edit evolvr video added:
Edited by Jeremie Boop - 8/2/14 at 2:53pm