I've answered this fantastic SAQ for you - this way for many years.
To fully experience GOLF...SUCCESS I suggest you accurately schedule your: Play, Practice, Competition, Instruction and Rest.
1 - PLAY Decide how much you'd like to play in 2010. Also decide which courses you'll play and how often at each one. Deciding who you will play with - will also make your rounds more enjoyable and more effective.
2 - PRACTICE Where will you practice? Which Range might be good for your Full Swing? A different facility might be better for your Short Game. Can you practice on a Course near you? What can you do for practice at your house? After deciding these things, your scheduling of your practice will become more fun and much more relevant to your Golf Game.
3 - COMPETITION Get out your Tournament schedule from last year and decide if you liked it. Did you have too many or too few? Do you wish you would have played in a different event or two? Do you need to plan family and work schedules better to get in those couple of events you missed last year? If you are a very competitive golfer, I'd suggest doing this scheduling before the two items above.
4 - INSTRUCTION As I mentioned yesterday, you want to realize that you probably take golf instruction from a large number of sources. Which ones are good for you? Which of those sources know you ?...your Game? Johnny Miller's a nice guy, but he probably does not know your Golf Game real well. The same can probably be said...