Last season, I experimented with several changes in attempt to have a more consistent golf swing. I had been watching several Shawn Clement videos on becoming target driven, but was still struggling with consistency. One day by accident, I added a variation on his teaching, I left my weight forward, took a normal back swing and used my lower body to drive the swing. I went from a 95 on a challenging public course in our area to a 81 just three weeks later. My shots were straight all day. I thought I had it. But as I played throughout the rest of the summer, I couldn't reproduce the consistency or the swing and ended up with old habits. Discouraged, yes! But I was intent on making strides this year. Last month I happened to be reading through Shawn's forums and ran across someone discussing a repeatable swing that mentioned your site. I immediately opened it and watched some video. I was confident that what you were teaching was really close to my swing that one day. I was anxious to try it out, but of course that there was snow on the ground and it would remain for the next 21 days.
I did some indoor practice using some of the drills you described and finally got the opportunity to take it to the course this week. I had to travel to Florida and use rental clubs, but the swing was working. My drives were consistently long and in play. I would have scored much better, but I was pushing my less-than-full-swing approach shots. I scored even with a friend that regularly shoots in the low-80's, so I was happy!
I look forward to trying it out with my own clubs and a little range practice. I will report back.
Thank you for sharing your discoveries.