First, I would highly recommend you read Mark Broadie’s book “Every Shot Counts”. It might be a bit data/chart heavy for some people, but if you’re a golf nerd and even remotely interested in stats…you’ll love it. Plus, every section has a really well written summary. So you can skip around the chapters a bit.
Second, as a bogey golfer you can apply many of the recommendations in the book to help your practice routine(s). By understanding the overall percentage that various shots contribute to strokes gained, you can tailor your efforts accordingly. For example, investing significant amounts of time practicing lag putting does not have a return on investment when compared to working on your tee shots or approach shots.
Finally, if you want to take an even deeper dive I would recommend getting Arccos or Game Golf. Both have their pros/cons but the biggest upside is that they automatically record data on your shots during a round. For golfers that want stats like this and have limited time, I think this is invaluable. If you ask most casual golfers, recording traditional stats (# of putts, fairways hit, GIR) is both time consuming on course and provides very little insight into their games strength/weakness. This type of data collection to manually calculate strokes gained (or something resembling it) would be both extremely tedious and detract from the overall enjoyment of a golf round. Just my 2 cents.