One thing I've noticed over my first year of being on this forum, is the disparity of how people practice.
I've seen some people say they start with 7 iron, some say they hit one ball per minute, some say three per minute, some don't stretch, etc.
This is me. You can be way more descriptive then mine.
Light stretch, maybe just a few minutes. I'll then take out the PW and hit 4 or 5 nice and easy 1/2 swing shots. If I have a lot of time, I'll go through each and every club. Otherwise I'll go from the PW to 7iron. I don't really notice how fast I'm going through the balls, but I know it's probably too fast and have to force myself to slow down sometimes.
From 7 iron I go to 5 iron. I really like to experiment with stance, grip, and ball position with the 5 iron because it's a great height and speed for me to get an idea of what the ball is doing. If shots aren't going the way I want them to, I'll hit easy half swings to get the feeling of good contact again.
Since my woods and driver are usually what get me in trouble, I've been trying to spend a lot more time on these.
The only time I work on pitching, chipping, sand shots and putting is on the course. I'll generally pick a time really early in the morning, a couple times a week, and I'll go to the local par 27 and work on my short game. Obviously if someone is behind me I won't but 90% of the time I'm good. I won't stand there and rep a bunch of 3 foot putts, I use the course time to get a good feel of the greens and lag putting. I can practice short putting in my garage.