Here's how I figure it:
Morning 1 is going to be tough to bag a bird, unless you have prior intel. Hopefully you'll hear some gobbling and be able to narrow your search to your best guess (based on topos, etc.) as to where the flock is going to feed. It will at least help you narrow your search to finding the roost. In the afternoon, see if you can get them coming back to roost. Some states don't allow hunting after Noon. If so, you'll at least have more intel in the morning.
On day 2, you'll repeat the process, and also try and scout out one or more roosts. Lather, rinse , repeat.
On day 3, you'll have 2 or more flocks to choose from, take your best shot.
All through this, be trying to fool a lone gobbler or peel one off of a flock.
I used to estimate that if I had 3 days to hunt in this way, I would at least get a shot at a bird. The best I have ever been able to achieve was having a missed shooting opportunity in 3 days and a bird in five from a cold start. My biggest flaw was working the same flock too much and not looking for easy pickings elsewhere.