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Using the Pitch/Chip shot mode - putting green grid.

Mon, Dec 29 2014 11:07 AM (95 replies)
  • alosso
    21,043 Posts
    Tue, Nov 26 2013 1:14 PM

    I'm going to leave you alone with that, Kat - slumber time is approaching at 10 pm here.

  • DaddysKat
    3,554 Posts
    Tue, Nov 26 2013 3:42 PM

    alosso:

    I'm going to leave you alone with that, Kat - slumber time is approaching at 10 pm here.

    Thanks Alosso (coward!  lmao ....  ..... just kidding!)

  • Saurabh08
    184 Posts
    Wed, Nov 27 2013 2:27 PM

    ApexPC:

    When you are 100 yards from the hole -1 mph of wind that is 90° to the line of your shot requires moving the aiming point 1 foot into the wind - 1 mph x 1.00 = 1 foot.

    When you are more or less than 100 yards from the hole you adjust.

    If you are 167 yards from the hole convert 167  to 1.67 and multiply by the wind speed.

    If the 90° cross wind is 10 mph, then move your aim point 16.7 feet into the wind (10 mph x 1.67 = 16.7 feet).

    Another example is you have a shot that is 92 yards from the hole and you have the same 90° cross wind that is 10 mph. So then -  0.92 x 10 mph = 9.2 feet you move the aim point.

    Wind is often at more or less than 90° to the line of your shot, or a quartering wind.

    A quartering wind that is 45° (+ or -) use a factor of 0.7.

    An example is a 12 mph wind that is at a 45° angle to the line of your shot that is 145 yards from the hole. The math is 12 mph x 0.7 x 1.45 = 12.18 feet you move your aim point on the green.

     

    +1

    Thanks Apex for this calculation. I had been looking for a math to calculate wind. Had been doing it with just "feel" all this while... Let whoever say whatever... IT WORKS.

    I've always had problems in high/moderate side winds and this worked just perfect for me... Tried it on both R11s and on G20s.... Works great...

    Thanks again...

     

  • SplashLewis
    358 Posts
    Thu, Dec 5 2013 8:35 AM

    ApexPC:

    When you are 100 yards from the hole -1 mph of wind that is 90° to the line of your shot requires moving the aiming point 1 foot into the wind - 1 mph x 1.00 = 1 foot.

    When you are more or less than 100 yards from the hole you adjust.

    If you are 167 yards from the hole convert 167  to 1.67 and multiply by the wind speed.

    If the 90° cross wind is 10 mph, then move your aim point 16.7 feet into the wind (10 mph x 1.67 = 16.7 feet).

    Another example is you have a shot that is 92 yards from the hole and you have the same 90° cross wind that is 10 mph. So then -  0.92 x 10 mph = 9.2 feet you move the aim point.

    Wind is often at more or less than 90° to the line of your shot, or a quartering wind.

    A quartering wind that is 45° (+ or -) use a factor of 0.7.

    An example is a 12 mph wind that is at a 45° angle to the line of your shot that is 145 yards from the hole. The math is 12 mph x 0.7 x 1.45 = 12.18 feet you move your aim point on the green.

     

     

    Very good info. thanks for that.  I can add that to my Golf shot/Club calculator spreadsheet!

  • duffer19
    3,670 Posts
    Thu, Dec 5 2013 11:42 AM

    bam!  prob said 100 diff ways - but this I understand - best gift ever :)

    i'll re-read this till I memorize lol - at least 10 more times :)

    thanks man

  • SplashLewis
    358 Posts
    Wed, Dec 11 2013 7:30 AM

    duffer19:

    bam!  prob said 100 diff ways - but this I understand - best gift ever :)

    i'll re-read this till I memorize lol - at least 10 more times :)

    thanks man

     

    Put the formula in a spreadsheet so you dont have to remember it/do it in head along with all of the other calculations you may do.

  • mezoops
    15 Posts
    Wed, Dec 11 2013 9:52 AM

    Dear Kat:  How., pray tell HOW does one reach the Sans VEM condition ? 

    Mezoops

  • DaddysKat
    3,554 Posts
    Wed, Dec 11 2013 11:33 AM

    mezoops:

    Dear Kat:  How., pray tell HOW does one reach the Sans VEM condition ? 

    Mezoops

    Sans = without ... if you figure it out, let us know please.  WGT's game program will start messing with dinged shots if you're doing well ... well, at least mine.  It's part of the program.  

  • DDRoss1
    1,809 Posts
    Wed, Dec 11 2013 1:40 PM

    I am totally confused by all of these mathematics, as I smoked dope during those years in high school lol...but i have always used the distance x wind divided by .005 and i am usually dang close on dinged shots...my avg is 12 ft to the pin so i cant be way off...Apex and Kat, its just confusing.

  • DaddysKat
    3,554 Posts
    Wed, Dec 11 2013 1:53 PM

    DDRoss1:

    I am totally confused by all of these mathematics, as I smoked dope during those years in high school lol...but i have always used the distance x wind divided by .005 and i am usually dang close on dinged shots...my avg is 12 ft to the pin so i cant be way off...Apex and Kat, its just confusing.

    That's why I wrote an approach calculator ... you can't "feel" the wind ... just apply either a guess or a calculation to combat it.  With the calculator, all I do is enter the yardage, elevation wind speed and direction, then click "Calculate" ... it's all right there.

    No muss, no fuss and no thinking involved!  I let my computer do the calculations for me.

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