It seems the first trick is finding a green that has the specified break of dot flow and also 10 ft that also isn't necessarily up or down hill. It seems you have to have a side hill lie to get something along these line for a 10 ft putt.
The tricky part is finding out how the speed of the dots translate to a specific multiplier on your machine. I suggest fiddling around with dot counts at 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 seconds and assign them a multiplier. On my machine those numbers translate to 180% (2), 140% (3), 100% (4), 80% (5), 70% (6), and 60% (7). Anything below that I can usually just tell.
You want to practice this on holes that have one, even flow (probably not on Kiawah either ^). Use practice mode and putt view to do this. Keep at it until you get the correct line and then write down the corresponding speed of dots with the count.
Here's a quick 9 minute video explaining my version of JC Snead putting: