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Re: Shot calculator

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Sat, Oct 12 2019 11:56 AM by JimbeauC. 9 replies.
  • Th0maz700 Denmark
    23 Posts
    Tue, Oct 1 2019 5:10 PM

    Hi

     

    I have started using this shot calculator here:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1fQWwAXoVyQ&list=FL6uFxZgA9FhqJ5HWK_1NidA&index=10&t=0s

     

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Zno1sM5RYXz6mC4FloJBe6c6g5XbfRSR/view

     

    It works ok i guess, but in the fields where i put the numbers for how long the clubs hit, do i use the official ones for each club, or do i map my clubs length and puth those in?

     

    And wich course/hole are the best to map my clubs?  (need a long fairway, the wind i can decide)

  • TopShelf2010 United States
    8,859 Posts
    Wed, Oct 2 2019 12:33 PM

    Th0maz700:
    I have started using this shot calculator here

    You will need to be more specific. Which calculator are you referring too? There are several out there that players use.

     

    Th0maz700:
    And wich course/hole are the best to map my clubs? 

    It has been awhile since I have done this. I do believe Bethpage Black is the best place for this. I cannot remember the exact hole however.

     

    Don

  • Th0maz700 Denmark
    23 Posts
    Wed, Oct 2 2019 1:27 PM
  • kavvz Canada
    1,950 Posts
    Wed, Oct 2 2019 1:35 PM

    Hi Thomas, you want to put in the official club distances in those fields.

    HTH and GL.

  • Th0maz700 Denmark
    23 Posts
    Wed, Oct 2 2019 1:41 PM

    ok cool. I was in doubt because many shots seem to fly out of bounds( well almost;-))

  • pooped169 United States
    111 Posts
    Thu, Oct 3 2019 5:05 AM

    Bethpage hole 1 for pitching and flops. St Andrews  hole 9 for irons.

  • dunnocks Ireland
    13 Posts
    Sun, Oct 6 2019 5:34 PM
  • Th0maz700 Denmark
    23 Posts
    Sun, Oct 6 2019 5:44 PM

    never seen it, i give it a try. Thanx

  • DoctorLarry United States
    2,838 Posts
    Sun, Oct 6 2019 6:18 PM

    Th0maz700:
    And wich course/hole are the best to map my clubs?  (need a long fairway, the wind i can decide)

    Try Kiawah #1.  Long, straight, and minor elevation change.  Map everything you can from the tee and then move to the fairway hitting fairway shots from the end of the fairway nearest the tee.

  • JimbeauC United States
    5,605 Posts
    Sat, Oct 12 2019 11:56 AM

    I've had the same irons for a looooong time, so it's been a while. I remember using one of the flat par 5s at Kiawah, crossing low wind preferably. That way I could turn around in the fairway and try another club. In practice mode you have 15 strokes to work with.

    What I was looking for was a combination that made the stated distances as close as possible to accurate. I found that with the 300 credit calley, It would work well with full backspin, so I got the advantage of the spin without losing distance. 

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