Maybe a sort of infographic, if you could call it that, inspired by the aim for the center of the green, an unintuitive concept you've said you tested and write about. Something like a graphic/illustration, maybe from a 45˚ downward view (so sort of like the view they use in the graphic video hole fly-bys?), with a golfer in finish pose at the bottom of the graphic standing in the fairway, a shot tracker type ball flight to the green with the pin in the back right, the actual shot tracker path landing either back left or short right of the green, on the green (so back left is approx pin high but left, short right is approx in line with the hole but short), with a scatter plot of the distribution of landing spots centered to maximize GIR, not shifted up so it's centered just a tad short and left of the hole like too many of us do in practice. The green shape and scatter plot distribution should be done in a way to make it obvious that if you shift the center of the points even halfway from green center to the flag you will hit WAY less GIR. And the actual landing spot shown from the shot tracker path should be one of the shots that would be off the green if the aim point were shifted towards the flag. Maybe you could have it be so it'd be in a bunker or something without center of the green aim.