I just had a great experience with a new drill I thought I'd share with golfers... it's a very 'transfer-oriented' drill, which means it helps you practice by doing it in a more realistic play setting, not just hitting balls.
- Take a club and hit 3 shots in a row to your target (I would highly suggest at least a 15 yard wide fairway between two flags or objects).
- Take the same club and hit 3 GOOD shots in a row to your target. Good is up to you. What is good enough to play... mediocre? Make them as good as you'd be happy with on the course.
- Take 3 different clubs and hit 3 GOOD shots in a row to 3 different targets.
- Take 3 different clubs and hit 3 GOOD shots in a row to 3 different targets for various natural lies (not placed nicely on a tuft of grass... unrealistic!).
Don't cheat yourself on the rules! They're designed to make sure you achieve what you want to achieve. If you give yourself leniency at the range, will that be acceptable on the course? It's a fun drill that will keep you focused and transferring your skills from just hitting balls to actually playing and expecting good shots at the range!