I think gh hit the idea of having an "automatic" roll on one side. Start by dialing in your strong side, the side someone taught you to roll on. Take it to the park, take it to class III (if comfortable with that idea). Especially in the park, start learning your off-side, semi-automatic roll by stepping through what you already know on the other side. Before you know it, it will become reliable, if not quite as automatic as your on-side roll. You will have to think about it more, but it will eventially start to feel comfortable.
Golden is great for learning, and swimming. There are quite a few drops in a row up at the top, all with eddies and usually several boaters in each to lend a hand if needed...
What does education often do? It makes a straight-cut ditch of a free, meandering brook. HENRY DAVID THOREAU, Journal