Cheat using Auto Clicker
This is a simple program that has a delay between automatic mouse clicks.. while this could be handy, the eraticness of the meter makes this almost impossible to use with any accuracy... and then you would still have to know how to judge distance and elevation.. So good luck with that one.
Same as Auto Clicker with same results...
Basically what I'm saying is.. without knowing how to read your lie and judge distance of shot vs. distance of club and how wind and elevation change that distance.. any auto clicking program will not work and vise versa...
The only way any of this would help is if you combined the two softwares and THEN had a perfect identical meter every single shot.. which we know in 100% of cases.. is not happening.. So any other myths you want debunked?
Couldn't have said it better myself. My company uses an Auto Click system to test new software, and I can honestly say it will not work. A mouse recording system (aka auto click), records the movement of a mouse as performed by a human, and then imitates that movement exactly...and uses timing to do so. So lets say I do record a perfect "ding" shot with a driver, the slight meter stutter will throw off the auto clicker on subsequent swings because the meter will not arrive at the "ding" at the precise time as the recorded one did. The auto clicker doesn't have the human element of common sense. It doesn't tell it self, "The meter stuttered, don't swing at this one". It's going to swing, and miss badly I might add. A human will be a lot more accurate at this game, than an auto click / mouse recorder could ever be.
Also, don't forget, different clubs have different swing meter speeds. Odds are your driver is different from your irons, which is different than your wedges, which is different than your putter. The different meters moving at different speeds would kill an auto clicker.
Finally, the swing meters for the different clubs is different lengths. Go ahead and measure them. Your putter has a much shorter swing meter than your driver, and wedges fall somewhere in between the two.
Truth is that the great players on this game are just really damn good. They have simply seen every possible scenario that can arise in the game, and know how to counter it. My suggestion is this: Instead of worrying about cheaters, grab a cheap ball, go into practice mode, and see exactly what all your clubs can do. I promise you that after a few thousand rounds and lots of studying...you too will be shooting between 58-62 on a regular basis.
Good Luck and Good Golfing