After this long northeast winter, I'm working on everything. I'm blessed with a finished basement in a ranch house, so all winter long, I've been chipping and putting on the floor there, and I feel really great about my short game now.
The rest of my game is a disaster. All winter long, I've been watching videos and working on turning my fade / slice swing into a draw, but since the driving ranges were covered in feet of snow, I was working on my swing without being able to hit any live balls, and I've screwed up my swing really good. I've developed an insane case of the shanks that I've been working to fix over the past month. It's awful, though: I'll go through an entire bucket without being able to hit any full shot off of anywhere but the hosel. I've started to videotape myself (the 120 fps of the iPhone 5S is wonderful), and I took a lesson, and as a result, I've been working on getting my backswing steeper and releasing the golf club. I've worked out the former after a lot of practice, but I'm still working on getting the feel for the latter. Maybe it's the way that my instructor explained it, but releasing the golf club (or more accurately, getting my wrists to "turn over") is what I'm struggling with the most.
I finally had a decent day on the range yesterday (and by decent, I'm talking about at least making reasonable contact on about a third of my shots). It's been really, really demoralizing having my swing go completely to hell the past month or two. I picked the game up in mid-2012 and even broke 90 last summer, but right now I don't think I could get around the golf course the way it's going. I have another lesson coming up in a few days, so I'm hoping to come out of it with a swing that's at least functional.