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Comment from: Paul Anderson [Visitor] Email

I agree that eye-balling distances and taking into account the weather conditions is golf at it's purest.
I do think that the use of handheld GPS devices or built-in on a buggy can quickly give an accurate yardage without having to pace off yardages.

There is now a mix of yardage markers that are to the front or middle of greens and a GPS device gives you both or those and most importantly the distance to the back of the green. I have found by using the yardage to the back of the green the natural amateur tendency to underclub helps me find the middle of the green rather than coming up short!

Keep up the great reviews.


Paul Anderson
12/06/09 @ 06:01

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