Baking in the changes to the backswing, getting used to the feel of more "torque", hands higher at the top. Also trying to "snap", not to try and "control" what's happening impact and beyond. More bat signal to sky a little earlier.
2/19 - An hour at the range. Focused on float load feel, Key 3 and completing the shoulder turn. Worked in 10 minutes segments with the PW and 7iron broken up with pitching and flighted wedge work. Lousy mats. The stall I was in was too small for the driver or woods.
At 15K a day (Haney), that's ~$35/min assuming a 7 hour day. So 2 minutes with Haney is the same cost as a lesson (my experience is you'll get more than 45 min) w/Erik. Something is really wrong with that. Yeah, I know the market bears what the market will bear.
I bet a lot of corporate bigwigs just expense those lessons under some obscure line item - "entertainment" or something like that.