Some players with decent distance have trouble with fairway woods: often, they only hit one off the deck 2-3 times a round.
If you're hot and cold with FWs, try this: play a round using the FW off the tee. It won't go as far as your driver will, which also means you'll have twice as many approach shots requiring a FW. If you hit the FW 21 times round rather than just 3, this could help you get the hang of it.
Contrary to popular belief, the order of handicap holes is NOT determined by the relative "difficulty" of the holes. But rather by where the average "bogey golfer" needs the strokes relative to the average "scratch golfer"...
Practiced putting for 15 minutes after church. Worked primarily on lag putts - I'm starting to hit more good iron shots, but I'm getting left with 30- to 40-foot birdie putts. Had five GIR yesterday, but three 3-putt bogies!
I'm getting solid benefit from the putting advice - don't accelerate on forward swing - but the alignment isn't fully automatic since I regripped my new putter last month (counter-balanced SuperStroke).