For me, I can use alignment sticks effectively. One is just outside the ball or parallel right of my target. One is close to my toe line or parallel left of my target. The last one is just inside my left heel perpendicular to my toe line. The reason for the alignment stick inside my left heel intersecting with my toe line is because it gives me a visual of my ball position. I think that most shots should be played with ball position inside the left heel for a right handed golfer. From there you can start to groove… My stance width might get wider for longer clubs but the ball position remains similar in relation to my left heel. This is copied from Hogan and Moe Norman and I think Jack. If the ball gets back then it is hard to move effectively through the ball. Check wind conditions. Left to right wind day I would go putt and chip. Short game comes first anyway.
By keeping your alignment and ball position relatively constant you can take notes and make corrections within that box. Bring a notebook and take a few notes when you are done.