Personally, I would never view a 5 footer as a "gimme". In our game you would rarely get a putt of that length given to you unless you were completely out of a hole and we were just tired of watching you hack it around.
I try to arrive no less than 30 minutes prior to tee time and like to get 45 minutes prior if I can.
1) general movement and stretching
2) use superspeed sticks or my driver for a few fast "baseball" swings to get the juices pumping.
3) pick some targets and lay out my 0* start line with a stick. Start with some pitches with either my 60 or 54 and work up to a full swing. When pitching, working on having a slightly open face and more vertical shaft at address and through impact (no lean), but still feel a downward, solid attack. Once I get up to a full shot, preset forward lean, hinge the club up, and feel the downward attack. With both pitching and full shots, get the ball to start on my 0* line. This is just a few balls.
4) still picking some targets and laying out my 0* start line with a stick. I'll pick clubs based on whether I started with 60 or 54 and go up by skipping a club between, e.g., 60-PW-8i-6i-4h-5w-Dr or 54-9i-7i-5i-7w-3w-Dr. Again, the main keys for me here are a good setup, hinge up, downward strike, and start the ball on 0* (so long as I'm striking it reasonably solid, ball shouldn't curve or if it does then my path is too far too the right or left) (Driver is very similar for me but without the nice divot). Just a few balls with each club hit.
5) I'll usually finish by playing a couple of holes (on the range obviously) based on how I hope to play the hole. Then I'll hit one last ball and it will be the tee shot I'll hope to have on my first hole.
6) A few pitch shots around the green (try to get different lies) and out of bunkers. (note: I don't usually "chip" unless it's out from the trees; I prefer the "pitch" technique--see @iacas's explanation of the difference between the two techniques in his covid practice plan).
7) a few putts from short range all the way around the same hole to dial in bead and speed.
8 ) a few long putts to dial in read and speed.
9) go to the tee box, take some practice swings
10) have fun!
1. How many times per year do you yell "fore" (either for yourself or someone else in your group)?
2. What is your handicap level and those of the people you play with?
3. How holes on the course(s) you play most often have "danger areas" where a shot played from the tee or an approach shot that's hit off-line can land near an area where other golfers commonly are?
1. 0 The course I play most often is cut of the the woods so there are not really any holes that are next to each other.
4. How likely are you or the people you typically play with to yell "fore" when a ball has a chance to hit someone?