Instead of just beating balls on the range, try to play a round of golf on your home course at the range, the evening before the actual round. Stay at the range and hit your shot imagining the first fairway, approximate your drive and hit an iron to the green. If you miss, either chip, pitch or play a lob or sand shot. Then finish the hole by putting out. Obviously, few ranges provide putting or pitching areas close by, let alone a bunker, but with a little imagination and creativity, your scores and handicap will drop a lot faster than by just beating balls.