I've been playing WGT for about 1,5 years now. Good news: I managed to bump my skills up to Tour-Master.
Said that, gameplay is getting overly frustrating now. Drives, approaches all good, but putting is getting ridiculously tricky. Even with approaches regularly between 5-8 feet, I usually need 2 putts - good enough, but crap in tournaments or even to maintain a decent statistical score.
Being a real-life golfer, I refuse using JC Sneed or similar spreadsheet-based approaches. It's just not my idea of fun to play an computer game using excel analyses to succeed - boring.
Unfortunately, none of the putting tutorials on youtube seem tto provide help. The always friendly and supportive young 46 say sth. about counting dots with 4 = x%, 6 = y%... doesn't make any sense to me. The issue isn't timing / speed, Those come with practice. The real issues are the breaks to the side, impossible to predict / guesstimate.
I am about to exit the game for good - or just to practise without any further credit / financial investment. And trust me, my counted rounds are no indicator as I am practising a lot.
Said that, I'd be really interested in a putting tutorial that is easy to digest and doesn't require Excel. young 46's feel put is a good aproach, but I do not have the prerequisites - 100% at 4 dots, what does it mean - and it's speed, not direction...
Any hints / advice anyone?