Does this not mean that a thought to do an action in the golf swing (especially in the downswing) will need to be earlier than envisaged? An example would be to 'feel' the release and unhinging/uncocking of the wrists earlier (maybe from P4 -p5 )? By thought intent and feeling what could be termed as a 'casting feel' earlier in the downswing, the 'actual' release might be performed more optimally later in one's downswing.
It is interesting that it is specific to each individual about how quickly a thought takes to produce an action/feel and could also depend on the distance of that body action from the brain. Could this uniqueness in 'thought to action/feel' time period also account for the various different styles /release patterns to enable each golfer to sequence their body segment movements?
Interesting and maybe the phrase 'feel is not real' has a ring of truth to it.