For me it's a few backyard swings a day maybe ten minutes and I can maintain my feel/score. I have reached a time where MUCH more is required to truly improve by a few strokes and to me it's not worth it. I am ok with having a good day be getting close to or breaking 80 without excessive time investment. That's my answer...
Something to the extent of the shorter backswing/shorter follow-through, ball back in your stance a smidge, and grip down a bit.
So in other words, I probably do it, sub-consciously without really thinking about it.
Except I don't change my ball position much. (At least I'm not thinking about it if I do)
I'm not condoning drinking and driving but I actually researched traffic fatalities for a traffic engineering course many years ago and when you look at the numbers, 55% of all fatalities are single driver only, meaning the drunk driver killed themselves,And when you drill farther into the numbers, it says drunk driving-related, doesn't mean the driver was drunk, it means that they just have some measurable alcohol in their blood (Anything over 0.1), it can also mean the passengers had alcohol in their system. Once you delve further, the amount of people who cause traffic fatalities with a BAC over 0.8 (we can debate whether that is a correct number on another thread), was at the time about 2,500. So at the end of the day, it's still bad, just not as bad as the government would like you to believe with the numbers below. More people cause accidents and die during sunset and sunrise when visibility is poor.