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J.C Sneed

Thu, May 7 2020 4:43 AM by maoriand1. 54 replies.
  • Tony08888 United States
    259 Posts
    Mon, Feb 24 2020 3:32 AM

    I think the J.C. Sneed method is starting to make sense on how the grids are counted. 

    Can someone say if the layout attached is correct?

    Thanks,

  • Yiannis1970 Greece
    1,695 Posts
    Mon, Feb 24 2020 3:41 AM
    After the first grid which is correct, the rest is not. Every other grid after the first, you count by tens. So...second grid 25, third 35 e.t.c.
  • Tony08888 United States
    259 Posts
    Mon, Feb 24 2020 4:31 AM

    Yiannis1970:
    After the first grid which is correct, the rest is not. Every other grid after the first, you count by tens. So...second grid 25, third 35 e.t.c.

    So only the first grid is divided into 3 equal parts... 5-yds, 10-yds, &, 15-yds? 

    After that each grid is only divided by two... 5-yds & 10-yds? 

    That's where the confusion is. A video I watched said all the grids were linear. 

    15 - 30 - 45 - 60

    That's what had me thinking, because nothing else in the game is linear.

    Thank you sir,

     

    Edit: Correction...The first grid is not divisible by 3. Half the grid is 10-yds and the other half is 5-yds.

  • Tony08888 United States
    259 Posts
    Mon, Feb 24 2020 2:47 PM

    Yiannis1970:
    After the first grid which is correct, the rest is not. Every other grid after the first, you count by tens. So...second grid 25, third 35 e.t.c.

    @Yiannis1970, Does this look correct?

  • Yiannis1970 Greece
    1,695 Posts
    Mon, Feb 24 2020 10:55 PM
    Perfect.
  • ScottHope United Kingdom
    6,590 Posts
    Tue, Feb 25 2020 12:07 AM

    Nice graphics work Tony.  ; )

    ⇩ EDIT : Touché ⇩

    Tony08888:
    Thanks Scott. Now if I can just sink a putt...

  • Tony08888 United States
    259 Posts
    Tue, Feb 25 2020 2:42 AM

    Yiannis1970:
    Perfect.

    Appreciate your help!

     

    ScottHope:

    Nice graphics work Tony.  ; )

    Thanks Scott. Now if I can just sink a putt...

  • MGB01 Spain
    1,392 Posts
    Tue, Feb 25 2020 4:48 AM
    great method of reading putts i use myself jc sneed.....but im curious how many people realise that every time you look from behind the pin the size of box changes so for example a 3rd of a box i re measure to check with onscreen ruler and it varies for each putt......just something to be aware off.....great putting method jc sneed it has helped my putting so much...
  • carlosdev India
    1,969 Posts
    Tue, Feb 25 2020 6:24 AM

    Ooooo.... boy..

    No clue what this is lol n never tried as well. 

    Looks like iam from another universe :) ;)

     

  • Gepetto1958 Canada
    2,499 Posts
    Tue, Feb 25 2020 6:25 PM
    carlosdev:
    Looks like iam from another universe :) ;)
    Did you see me there,omg!
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