If you’ve got some time for practice, but you’re not working on a specific movement or improvement,
then don’t run up and down the bag, or hit 50 shots with the same club. Play the course.

Replicate your experience on your regular course. You play different clubs, one after the other.
Very rarely will you use the same club (excluding the Putter) twice in a row out on the course.

So practice real conditions.

For each hole play, use the club you’d tee off with. Assess your performance,
and then play the second, aiming at a target.
If your approach wasn’t tight, then you’ve got a Wedge shot. Estimate the distance and aim again.

How close you are to the hole indicates 1 or 2 Putts (forget 3 Putts and bunkers).
You get the picture. Every shot has an intent. Finding the fairway, hitting the green etc. Keep score.

You’re better off hitting 50 shots carefully with 100% concentration on the improvement you’re trying to make,
rather than hitting 100 shots with even 80% concentration. Unsure of when to use block or random practice, then