It is paramount to your success as an amateur golfer to understand what you should and shouldn’t be hoping to get out of the range session you’re taking part in prior to your round.
Before you’re going to play a round of golf, you shouldn’t be practicing; you should be warming up. Instead of trying to “find” a swing, hone the swing you have. Concentrate on your quality impact, your rhythm and your movements.
Finally, before you go to the first tee, play an imaginary hole in order to get your mind and body in full routine. This will help you take your range game to the course with a better success rate.