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I made a book with all the holes in my course drawn out.
I then used google earth and was able to work out distance from the middle of each green to different markers such as trees,bunkers,poles and water.
it has helped me a lot as i can judge distance better and i am hitting more greens. i would highly recommend doing this to anyone. it only took me about 2 hours to do. Pictures to come.
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Alot of people do this, but i feel it doesnt help me, i just play my course buy memory, ive played it soo much it comes natural, at my golf store you can buy books to enter in all that kind of info.
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The reason i did it so quick is because my course was covered by google earth if i had not have been it would have taken way longer!
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test them....?
yes i played a round hitting balls from the distances and pacing some out,the majority were right, others were off by 1 or 2 yards.
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Ok. Here is the progress of my yardage card so far.

Hole according to Google Earth.


My early Photoshop rendering.


I need to add the yardages and some other details, most notably trees, which I am not sure how to render.

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