Originally Posted by mvmac
When I look at those pics I posted I don't really care where the ball is in relation to the flag, I'm more looking at where the balls tend to be grouped together.
Maybe I'm thinking about this wrong, but I see a problem with that. Let's say that one the first hole, the pin is tucked way right, and you want nothing to do with it, so you aim for the center of the green, 10 yards to the left of it, but hit a big push that ends up pretty close to the hole. Then on the second hole the situation is reversed. Pin tucked way left, your target is 10 yards right of that and you pull it at the hole.
GG would show those two shots as right on top of each other right on the target, whereas if you were putting a shot zone together on a Trackman, those two shots would be 20 yards apart.
I'm wondering if you could manipulate the system, by adjusting the flag location to your target after the round in editing? Certainly, it will screw up your short game and putting stats if you're putting the flag somewhere other than it actually is, but I feel like maybe that would be a good way to make some shot zones?
Or just say to hell with #deadcenter and start firing at every flag for several rounds. :)