Have you ever thought that there should be a mathematical relationship between hitting a putt and how far it should roll? Well, There is, even in WGT.
Mate all looks very clever, but then so do many things that I do not understand.
No disrespect here right as appreciate the effort, assume you are correct and appreciate all stats are from day 1. Your score history also says you are learning the game well enough.
However you will understand that 31% 1 putt is dreadful as a headline, and that alone tells me to proceed cautiously that's all....
I'm interested because, despite what others say, the distance plus/minus inches in elevation equation simply isn't accurate enough on any putt with much elevation change. I'm doing everything by feel (guess) right now.
Works fine with some common sense applied??. How far away are you ending up away?? over what elevations???
What Dan said is probably fine too. I happen to start with following:
V Fast 85% over 10' and 1:1 under;
L Tourney 75%
and Champ 70%.
Then it's simply +/- elevation with a modicum of common sense to speed (inertia and ongoing roll ability per given speed rating), general topography etc. E.g. 9 foot dead straight, up 2 inches on V Fast hit it a solid 12 and it will be OK. As someone said green speeds are played with though, so you need to be prepared to adjust per round sometimes.
Obviously more common sense also includes remembering the interaction of putter precision rating, balance rating / how deep meter set (you have V good balance though), green breaking (s), high wind and overall distance.
I may not be in the hole as often as I would really like, but I often am tap in close even from 40+ feet on any speed, any green any course not just beth F9 v fast no wind..
Check some posted vids from superb players like NOTONTHIS on the way they putt as well.
I can complete the calculations in about 30 seconds.
Mine take around 3 seconds even in my head.
If your one's are working great and are now improving your 1 putt stat great, but personally I do think it's too easy to over think this game sometimes.
Now some one was going to show me how to use my new abacus I believe:)