The article notes a few - volume of potential targets engaged with more rounds carried (though I expect the batteries / capacitors that this beast will need will take up some of that room), bunker busting, very long range, flatter trajectories, smart terminal guidance, potential for use against asymmetric targets with less collateral damage.
It does sound wicked costly though, and I think practical anti-missile targeting capability is probably a ways off.
Hey I'm looking to get newer clubs in looking at the callaway ft irons or Nike vr pro combo forged irons. Trying to get some input on what i should choose thanks
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But identifying the fall line (which is a skill I am still developing) will help me understand the expected path to begin with.
Blindly measuring slope on a straight path from my ball to the hole may not give me the information I need (~ expected amount of curve) with what I am working on.
Though I do understand there are other ways (using your feet, looking, putting a ball in an upside down frisbee on top of the hole, etc.) to estimate the average slope across the hole to find the ~ fall line, this is where I would find my kludge potentially useful. I recognize it could be done in a series of steps with the short level, but sometimes I'm lazy and the yardsticklevel could be left as a more obvious visual reference if I wanted that.
I was thinking that in most cases the USGA guidance below would apply. Plus good enough for my purposes in using it.