I rode on that same road again today and was able to replicate the issue.
I's a decreasing radius 180 deg hairpin turn that goes uphill.
Riding that turn again today multiple times, i'm entering it at around 40mph but not using throttle due to the nature of the decreasing radius.
Mid corner I'm slowed down to around 20mph which where the problem happens.
I think what was happening is that horrible speed in which countersteering and normal steering seem to overlap. Does anyone know what i'm talking bout? Below 15 mph a motorcycle steers like a car. Turn left, go left. At over 15mph, it transitions into countersteer mode -turn right to go left etc...
Come to think of it, as a beginner rider, those speeds are the most difficult since there is an overlap in the techniques.
regarding skygun's comment - he's a prick and has a very negative attitude. I hope he never has kids because when they try to learn something, if they are not perfect, he'll just tell them to quit. Also - i'd bet his girlfriend is probably cheating on him with that negative attitude.
Anyway - being new to riding, i'm attending every track day I possibly can. I moved to southern California just to be able to learn how to ride and not be down for 9 months of the winter like some bros from seattle.