"When it's breezy, swing easy" is an old adage that comes to mind with the thought being don't try to overpower the wind. I see a lot of people just tighten up in the wind and swing for the fences. This puts more spin on the ball and exasperates swing errors with sometimes disastrous results. Stay loose, avoid trying to "pound" it and play sensibly. Days like this, you want to make sure the short game is sharp, because you will need it!
The best advice is to get a good knock-down shot in the arsenal. The knock-down is probably the most satisfying shot to hit when done correctly. Whether its into the wind or just something to do with an odd distance between wedges, get this shot in your bag.
I'm honestly surprised I'm as "good" as I am with how little I get out. The last time on the range for me was in April for a 5-10 minute warmup before the first round of the year. Before that? Two years at least. Before every round I typically spend 20-30 minutes on the practice green but otherwise I don't get out and never get a chance to work on my full swing outside of just practice rounds on the course.
I'm sure not a lot of instruction would take me to where I want to be, I need to stop telling myself that not having a chance to work on my game during the week will negate whatever I had practiced on the weekends.
I usually play 9 after work and thats like 90% of my practice. But I'll give myself a full range session once a week. For me thats only about a small bag of balls, through. I usually work on my alignment, tempo and pre shot routine.