This is something real pilots practise, a lot.
How to land where you want, without power.
Flaps and gear add drag, which bleeds speed so you will steepen the descent angle.
You are never too high. There are ways to bleed off energy (speed and altitude).
Learn how to sideslip. Use rudder to yaw to the right (or left), then use aileron to bank the other way, balancing your track. Yes, you will be crabbing, or going sideways. This increases drag, which will kill your speed and altitude. You can get rid of the drag by neutralizing the controls again, which isn’t as easy to do with gear and flaps.
Pick an area where you want to land.
Aim towards that area as if you would strafe it.
Does the area rise or fall, in your sight? If it rises, you’re going to land short. If it falls, you’re overshooting.
Don’t end up too low, and short.
Slightly on the high side is the way to go, and slip to get down, if you need. Set gear and flap when you are sure you will reach your landing area.