I hate to disagree with you,, but I had a stroke some time ago. It affected my cognitive skills> I had to learn to read all over again. I had to learn to play golf again after 50 years at the game. At the age of 77 it is not easy to concentrate or even to remember to do it at times. There are times I can't take the club back because I don't have any idea how to do it. So I don't think I am wrong here, but one never knows does one.
Before going on a walk with my family, I took the weighted club out in the front yard and swung for a few minutes. Then, I grabbed an old 7 iron that I carry on walks (to deal with snakes... and practice my grip) and took some full swings at the nutsedge that our lawn service doesn't seem able to get rid of, all the while repeating my "back-to-target... face-the-target" (BTTFTT) swing thought. On the walk, I worked on my grip and rolling my hands through the impact area.
Once we got home, I went out back with an 8 iron and ripped shots into my net. As I did, I kept repeating BTTFTT, and I made really good contact with all but a few. Furthermore, the few that I made less that perfect contact with were a little thin, so they would have been decent shots anyway. After I finished, I went into our gym in the basement and did two sets of of ten kettlebell swings, each set being ten two-handed, ten right-handed, and ten left-handed, and then worked out arms, shoulders, and lats on the Bowflex.
This daily practice is really making a difference. I feel like I am developing a swing that doesn't feel like a collection of different, mismatched parts. Practicing my pre-shot routine on every shot and focusing on my BTTFTT swing thought is really making me more confident over the ball. Hopefully I can get onto a golf course soon, even if it is the little spot-lit Par 3 course after work one evening.