Peronally I have experienced (genrally) I have to club up more (almost twice in most cases) than I would club down. Head wind hurts distance LOT more than tail wind helps distance.
Your experience opinions appreciated.
Just to bring this great video back to life
Usually it is 1-1.5 yard per 1 mph of wind for a headwind.
Tailwind is a bit tougher, as the video shows that a tail wind will decrease the yardage only by half. Generally I would take it as somewhere from 0.5 to 1 yard per 1 mph of tailwind.
I would say, just try to play or practice a few times in some windy conditions to get a feel for it.
I've stopped trying to "play the wind" and just make my usual choices and try to flight it a little lower. If it gets blown down or whatever I deal with it. For me it's more consistent than trying to guess what will happen. Seems like every time I club up or down I miss long and short. Here it changes direction quickly when it's gusting.