I like to arrive at least 1 hour before a tee time. My drill starts with the chipping area. Chipping helps me with my alignment, and I warm up with alignment (chipping on line with the flag). Then once my alignmet is comfortable I work on distance contol to the chipping flag(s). Then I go to the putting area and do the same as on the chipping area.. alignment first, distance second. This is followed by a trip to the driving range, and hit about 1to 3 shots with 6 different clubs. I did not mention I have already checked in for my tee time.. my final step is to go to my cart, check that my bag is secure, lift the seat and check the batteries, empty my pockets into a special bag attached to my golf bag, attach my range finder (Bushnell Hybrid, GPS/Laser) to the frame of the cart by the windshield, wet my hand towel, check to make sure my balls are marker (often the night before). Make sure I have a full cup of water with crushed ice. Put on my personal seat cushion (designed to protect the spine, recommended for people in wheelchairs) I find it is perfect for protecting my spine while playing golf. A relaxed spine = a good golf swing.
What is it that you do?