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Sorry if this thread already exists somewhere, but I couldn't find anything in the search. I get Â±60 minutes for lunch at work each day. There is a golf academy ~10 min from my office that includes a full driving range, both indoor and outdoor, putting/chipping greens, bunkers, and a par 3 exec course. So, I could practice any aspect of my game that I wish. I figure I could probably get to this academy 2-3 days per week during my lunch hour and so I would love some suggestions on how best to practice during this time. I'm a decent ball striker but my handicap sucks because I'm terrible around and on the greens. So, that would obviously be where my time would be best spent. So, with that in mind, what would you suggest? What would be some good drills to do and the amount of time for each drill to fill the 45 minutes of practice time? Also, should I consider taking a long lunch onto the par 3 a couple times a month?I I've never actually practiced regularly before but I badly want to start. Your input is much appreciated. - Chappy