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PostPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2010 7:00 pm 
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does any one have a link for putting charts i can send to students. i cant find any. tks


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 Post subject: Re: putting chart
PostPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2010 7:55 pm 
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I have used this one from Munkles signature
http://www.minutemenhq.com/users/munkey/werd_nado_grib_chart.txt
Also shared it to my students :)


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 Post subject: Re: putting chart
PostPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2010 11:12 pm 
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tks man appreciate it :D :D :D


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 Post subject: Re: putting chart
PostPosted: Fri Feb 05, 2010 11:33 pm 
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http://shot-online-forum.gamigo.de/showthread.php?t=352 i hope you understand german, but the important things you can read

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 Post subject: Re: putting chart
PostPosted: Tue Feb 16, 2010 11:49 pm 
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you can try this program:

http://electroshock.pookm.de/

(download starts automatically)

You need .NET Framework 3.5 to run it. After you start it, you have to go to setup, and pick up the type of your putter. You can also add 10% increment distances for you wedges, which you can get in driving range.

After initial setup you can just run it, and when you have an distance to the hole, input the distance to the input field. It shows you, how much power is required. You will have to play around with elevation settings for putter and bunker/rough power additions for wedges though.


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 Post subject: Re: putting chart
PostPosted: Fri Feb 19, 2010 3:04 pm 
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i use this 1 and it gets me withen 1yrd
http://evergreengolf.webs.com/putting.htm

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 Post subject: Re: putting chart
PostPosted: Fri Mar 26, 2010 3:06 am 
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elmu wrote:
I have used this one from Munkles signature
http://www.minutemenhq.com/users/munkey/werd_nado_grib_chart.txt

This is the most common chart, but it isn't accurate at all. For example it says that 5y=29%, but in reality 5y=24%. I guess the idea in this chart is that "if you have a flat green and the distance to the cup is x yards then you need to putt y %", but if you miss the cup it will roll 2y past it. On flat greens this works fine, but rarely the greens are flat. On downhill putts using this chart the putts go way too long (even when adjusting the power using 0.2 downhill = -1.5y [which isn't correct either]).

That's why I wanted a chart that tells exactly how long the putt will be. So if I want to make a putt that will stop precisely at the hole or 3y past it I know how hard I have to hit. I couldn't find such a chart so I made my own, and here it is:

3y 17%
4y 21%
5y 24%
6y 28%
7y 31%
8y 33%
9y 36%
10y 39%

11y 42%
12y 44%
13y 47%
14y 50%
15y 52%
16y 54%
17y 58%
18y 60%
19y 63%
20y 66%

21y 68%
22y 71%
23y 74%
24y 76%
25y 79%
26y 81%
27y 83%
28y 86%
29y 88%
30y 91%

31y 93%
32y 95%
33y 98%
34y 100%
35y 102%
36y 104%
37y 107%
38y 110%

This is obviously for the longer putters. I'm not claiming that this 100% accurate, but atleast it's a lot closer to the reality. With this chart you normally need to add about 2y to the putt, but it really depends what kind of putt you want to make.

Happy putting!


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