As long as you do some mirror work at home, like Erik said, 5-10 minutes a day, it's amazing how that can help. Might be the best practice, for making changes, that you can do.
You don't have to be beating balls for hours a day to make the changes and play better
And when you do go to the range, try to film a few swings and check for yourself. You have a good idea (if you don't post the vid here) of where you need to be. So you can validate that you're making the picture change. It may feel like the left shoulder, left hip went down enough, but what does the camera say?
Not saying you have to spend your entire range session filming every swing, if you've got an hour, spend a half hour on slow swings making the picture change. Film a couple swing. Exaggerate the feel, even if you duff it. Then for the second half hour, practice full motion swings and hitting shots towards targets and not "thinking" about your swing.
Thanks. Quick question for you and Erik. GD's thread made me remember......
Other than the push (which is getting better), the one struggle I had was that I seemed to be getting a little chunky with some shots. Not really fat, just a groove or two high. In looking at my video, it seemed to me that I was awfully hunched over through the downswing so I began trying to straighten my left leg through impact. That seems to have helped, and may even be getting my weight forward a little better too, but I figured I'd better ask. Is that ok?