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Post by Christie on Sun 13 May 2018 - 21:53

I got this map from Kevin-G for guys who battle to get their putt distances right. It helped me a lot. Look at the main bottom half of the picture.


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Re: Swingmeter Stimp Map

Post by Kevin-G on Fri 18 May 2018 - 0:23

Hello Gents,

Here is the math involved when using this chart:

To decipher this spreadsheet for 11, 12, 13, 14 Stimp:
 
1.       Locate the Stimp of the green you are playing at the top of the header.  That is the column you want.  If you are playing 12 Stimp, use the 12 Stimp column (duh) and etc.
2.       Take the distance in feet from the hole and if X inches UPHILL, add that number to the distance.  Look at the column for the closest distance to what that number equals.  Example.  20 feet away and 5 inches uphill is 25.  20+5=25
3.       Look across the spreadsheet to find the dot you need for the shot.  Frequently it will be in-between dots.
4.       If you are putting DOWNHILL, take the putting distance and subtract the downhill value.  Example.  20 feet away and 5 inches downhill is 15.  20-5=15.
5.       Look across the spreadsheet to find the dot you need for the shot.  Frequently it will be in-between dots.
 
To decipher this spreadsheet for 8, 9, or 10 Stimp:
 
1.       Same as above
2.       Take the distance in feet to the hole and add or subtract HALF of the up/down value.   20 feet away and 6 up is 23.   20 feet away and 6 down is 17.
 
There are a few courses that seem to be at odds with this chart, Halcyon Springs comes to mind.  The greens play slower that the Stimp value for some reason.

This will help you greatly when putting.

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Re: Swingmeter Stimp Map

Post by Greensboronclion on Thu 24 May 2018 - 18:53

Nice data and 100% spot on the distance.  I had some old ones but since I have recently returned to 3C I had them updated to more clear charts and my numbers are exactly the same as these and use them to the max.  Great info for those who don't have and those that do to compare.

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Re: Swingmeter Stimp Map

Post by Kevin-G on Thu 24 May 2018 - 18:57

Thanks GB!

I am a 3-click player, I was in HELL when I changed my swing type away from assisted putting meter with the 10 Stimp baseline.

This really saved my bacon for putting once I changed.

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Re: Swingmeter Stimp Map

Post by Greensboronclion on Thu 24 May 2018 - 19:05

It will save you Kevin but trust me you will get to the point that you will not need the chart to figure it out as I have been playing 3C since the inception of Links in the 90's and it becomes entrenched in your mind after awhile.  I am now refreshing my older memory LOL since coming back to 3C from Controller.  Just remember those downhill putts can really be tricky especially if the greens are firm and sometimes less is better on the downhill putts.

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