Mattyv Absolutely. Sometimes while lying in bed the night before a round, I'll go through shot-by-shot
where I want to hit it, etc. I also replay a round sometimes, hole-by-hole.
There is a local pro around here, who has a facebook page where he advocates playing what he calls a "poor man's nine holes" on the practice range. By this he means playing shots on the range as if you were playing the holes at your favorite course.....hit a driver first, followed by what you would hit for your second shot to the first green, etc. This causes you to pause between shots to change clubs, and prevents you from just standing there machine-gunning one shot after another with the same club. So, it makes practice more like a real round of golf. I've tried it....it's a fun way to practice.