(I'll rename the thread title if someone can think of a better name for the "game.")
This is a little game I made up to help someone both focus on the task at hand (just for 5-10 seconds) by actually describing the shot he intends to hit and then trying to hit it.
We played a game where you got no points if you thoroughly planned your shot, you got a point if you pulled off very much the shot you envisioned (rather tight tolerances - within about three yards laterally on your drive with the proper shape, within about a ten foot radius with the proper flight on approaches), and you lost a point if you failed to plan thoroughly or if you hit a shot that obviously cost you a shot (i.e. hit into a greenside bunker, etc.).
You can just write little + and - in an empty row on your scorecard and then add up the total at the end of each 9 or at the end of the round.
I finished with nine points. My student finished with four and, not coincidentally, had a pretty darn good round. He lost -1 only once because he failed to share his plan, and two other times by hitting poor shots that cost him a shot (pitched once and wasn't on the putting green, hit left behind some thick trees and had to pitch out).