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Re: How do you Draw and Fade in this computer game?

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Fri, Jul 24 2009 2:51 AM (7 replies)
  • chiefgotch
    14 Posts
    Tue, Jun 30 2009 9:36 AM

    How do you draw and fade in this game, not in real golf?

  • nivlac
    2,188 Posts
    Tue, Jun 30 2009 9:50 AM

    That feature hasn't been implemented yet.

  • speedyschic
    948 Posts
    Mon, Jul 13 2009 11:25 AM

    look at the characteristics of your club. The one that says "shot shaping" refers to draw and fade. the litlle white lines to the left and right of center aim are a guide for your shot shaping. If your club lacks in the "shot shaping" department, it will not draw and fade real well

  • randratt
    1 Posts
    Sat, Jul 18 2009 3:09 AM

    You can move the dot on the golf ball in the lower right hand corner to change the ball flight.

  • Hydronix
    39 Posts
    Thu, Jul 23 2009 8:52 PM

    You can adjust your target on the golf ball vertically in order to generate (very slightly) higher and lower trajectories, but as far as hitting an actual cut or draw, it can't really be done with any precision. While landing to the right of the target line on your swing meter will sometimes yield a fade (or slice), it will also quite often produce a simple block or push. I agree that a swing plane interface which either allows the player to swing inside-out/outside-in or open and close the stance would be a very valuable tool, and would also add realism to the experience.

  • Faterson
    2,902 Posts
    Fri, Jul 24 2009 2:51 AM

    Or press the LEFT or RIGHT ARROW key on the keyboard simultaneously with the mouse-click, to generate draw/fade? Just an idea, saw this implemented in a tennis PC game, you could vary your shots & surprise your opponent with the direction of your shot in this way, even though the aim by itself was "dead center" or "straight ahead" by default, as it is in WGT.

    UP and DOWN ARROW keys might also be used in this way to generate top spin & back spin, so we don't need to adjust this manually by dragging the dot on the golf ball. WGT has already implemented a great keyboard shortcut, SPACEBAR = ZOOM, why not more of them?