Know how your curve fits the environment
Whether or not you’re happy with the way your shots curve, the main thing is knowing how your typical shot shape with irons meshes with what the hole is asking you to do. A big, open range makes it hard to pick small targets, aim at them, and see the way your ball needs to move to reach them. So for a better perspective, put an alignment stick in the ground 10 metres downrange on your target line. Then hit shots, paying attention to how the ball has to curve in relation to that stick to hit your target. This will narrow your focus.