Apols if this has already been covered - possibly many times - but I didn't have any luck searching. I've only been playing a couple of years and am a very high handicapper, but love the game to bits and would play every day if I could. I managed to get a studio built in our loft conversion and it has been a godsend during lockdown. I've practiced everyday and really felt I was improving. One of my big problems had always been that my practice swing looked top notch, but when hitting the ball I just couldn't replicate it - not even close - and always end up leaning back. After putting in a lot of time in the studio I managed to overcome this issue and can now pretty much repeat my practice swing, turning and transferring my weight quite nicely. But when I got back out on the course (and same thing happened after previous lockdown) - I was back to square one ie leaning back - even from a perfect lie in the middle of the fairway. I just can't convince my brain to swing as I have been doing for months indoors. Can anyone explain this and suggest how to fix it?