Now, about factoring in the wind on approaches...
As with putting, the shorter the distance the lesser the effect (green speed, breeze).
So, for a 6 ft putt no elevation on 13s you'd putt 5.5ft, and expect to roll up to 1,5 ft past the hole if you miss. I putt 6ft, never up never in... For a 10ft putt up 5inches I'll putt 13ft, on 13s. On 7-8s I'll put 18 ft for the same distance. Elevation effects distance differently with lower green speeds over longer distances. For example a 20ft putt up 12inches equals 32ft.I'll putt 25ft both for 13s and 11s. Strange perhaps, but is in accordance with the rules of physics, which I know nothing about. Power/rolling time matrix. The opposite effect for down slope putts: 20ft down 12 inches equals an 8ft putt. I'll hit 4.5 -5ft on 13s, and 6.5 on 11s, but 12 -13ft on 7-8s. You'd be safe with 8ft on 10s.
If you're hitting into the breeze with a large drop in elevation over a long distance then adding a yrd for each mph will leave you short a long way. Instead add 1.5 yrds per mph. Wedges and shorter irons aren't effected by the breeze as much as mid-long irons. In addition the effect of breeze on distance will vary according to the ball you use (more spin=greater effect).