Play the Course on the Range

If your time is limited either due to lack of daylight or pending appointments, try hitting a small or medium bucket of balls and play a round a golf on the range. Start by warming up. Then play 9 holes of a course you play often or know fairly well. Hit a tee shot simulating that of the hole you are playing. Based off how you hit it, change clubs to estimate what distance and type of shot you might have next repeat until your on the green. This can be an effective way to help your range work transfer to the golf course.