I'm sorry i'm not being successful explaining myself and you still do not seem to understand what I am trying to get across.
And I too am not getting my explanation across to you, Apex. If the squares inside the grid have absolutely no measurable value, why are they there? Were the designers of the game so high they just thought they would look pretty? And since they appear to be an equal distance between the grid lines, doesn't it make sense that if the entire grid as you stated in an earlier post is 8 yards (or 24') shouldn't the distance between the lines have some calculated distance?
So ... to clarify my questions (and avoid the use of the pitch/chip/flop grid when putting or shooting a pitch, chip or flop shot in this discussion) ...
(1) Is there a known size of the entire pitch/chip/flop grid? (You said 8 yards by 8 yards or 24 feet recently ... and prior to that you said 20' by 20').
(2) what is the purpose of the squares within the grid ... and are they square or just some pretty lines one can trip-out over when stoned? If the latter, why don't they blink and change colors ... seems that would provide a more psychedelic experience for the stoned virtual golfer?
For me, it doesn't matter. I have a set routine that I use, just like you do. In developing my calculator, I took these personal differences into account ... if a player believes the full grid to be 20' by 20', the crosswind power will be different than the player that believes the grid to be 28' by 28'. It really isn't worth the argument. If you make birdie on a 15' putt ... is it different than making birdie on a 2' putt? I just prefer the 2' putt myself.