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Planning to experiment with something new (for me) this year: carrying a printed yardage book.

I have a couple of goals/reasons for it:

  • I need my wedge distance chart; this is a good place to keep it. I'll probably putt my club-gapping numbers in a chart as well, although I don't tend to forget those.
  • I want to play with mapping the greens on my home course. No commercially-available green books have maps for us, which is unsurprising.
  • I had a really cool Zoom chat with Lou Stagner, going hole-by-hole through my course and mapping out the best strategy for me. I want to make those notes to reference during the round.

Anyone else here carry a hard-copy yardage book? If so, have you found it useful? Or does it end up being like using iron headcovers? 🙂

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19 minutes ago, GolfSpy MPR said:

Planning to experiment with something new (for me) this year: carrying a printed yardage book.

I have a couple of goals/reasons for it:

  • I need my wedge distance chart; this is a good place to keep it. I'll probably putt my club-gapping numbers in a chart as well, although I don't tend to forget those.
  • I want to play with mapping the greens on my home course. No commercially-available green books have maps for us, which is unsurprising.
  • I had a really cool Zoom chat with Lou Stagner, going hole-by-hole through my course and mapping out the best strategy for me. I want to make those notes to reference during the round.

Anyone else here carry a hard-copy yardage book? If so, have you found it useful? Or does it end up being like using iron headcovers? 🙂

I don't use one at my home course, however I have mapped everything so I have that knowledge in my head. When I play tournaments I always have the DECADE yardage book with me. Usage comes and goes and I should rely on it more than I do during events, if for nothing else to just reinforce the info.

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6 minutes ago, THEZIPR23 said:

...if for nothing else to just reinforce the info.

This is, for me, the biggest anticipated benefit.

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I have not since all my info is electronic using with the GHIN app for course and green views. Plus using shotscope on courses I play often, I have a good idea of clubs to use and where I typically place or need to place my shots. 

 

I assume you've tried GTC for printed info? https://www.gotocaddie.com/product-page/order-a-3d-yardage-book

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12 minutes ago, tony@CIC said:

I assume you've tried GTC for printed info? https://www.gotocaddie.com/product-page/order-a-3d-yardage-book

A bit out of the price range I'm looking at for this experiment.

I had a gift subscription to DECADE, so I have the PDF of that book for my home course. And I pulled the trigger on the PuttView book (with another coupon code).

No one has an official mapping of our greens, which isn't surprising. Kicking around making mine using one of the "bubble level" apps you can get for a phone, along with dropping balls at different parts of the green. The USGA limits right now are on book and scale size. The prohibition of information from mechanical tools (like a level) is currently only a local rule option for the PGA Tour, so (as I understand it) is not a violation for normal play.

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1 hour ago, GolfSpy MPR said:

A bit out of the price range I'm looking at for this experiment.

I had a gift subscription to DECADE, so I have the PDF of that book for my home course. And I pulled the trigger on the PuttView book (with another coupon code).

No one has an official mapping of our greens, which isn't surprising. Kicking around making mine using one of the "bubble level" apps you can get for a phone, along with dropping balls at different parts of the green. The USGA limits right now are on book and scale size. The prohibition of information from mechanical tools (like a level) is currently only a local rule option for the PGA Tour, so (as I understand it) is not a violation for normal play.

It costs a few dollars more, but I think you'll get better accuracy using a digital level in the 10" to 12" range.  This is the one I got to help train myself with Aimpoint:

https://www.amazon.com/Husky-10-Digital-Level/dp/B015NE6R4A/ref=sr_1_8?gclid=Cj0KCQjwjN-SBhCkARIsACsrBz5ETzGludXjwfkh7NsvVUYpT_qtAZEGBN7nQ2gmZqDoWA1F8nZy85IaAnmtEALw_wcB&hvadid=410033536790&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=9059749&hvnetw=g&hvqmt=e&hvrand=2747321063045048043&hvtargid=kwd-384578537210&hydadcr=8769_11537986&keywords=10+digital+level&qid=1649959836&sr=8-8

 

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I was debating on doing this. Has anyone ordered printed yardage books from https://store.golflogix.com/collections/US_massachusetts?sort_by=title-ascending&utm_source=2021 Green Books Home Page - Slide 1 - Shop Now&utm_medium=2021 Green Books Home Page - Slide 1 - Shop Now&utm_campaign=2021 Green Books Home Page - Slide 1 - Shop Now

Was looking at doing this specifically for tournaments where I am not familiar with the course.

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23 minutes ago, DaveP043 said:

It costs a few dollars more, but I think you'll get better accuracy using a digital level in the 10" to 12" range.

Definitely on my radar. I'm going to play with the phone version first just to see if it's at all adequate, and then I'll consider upgrading.

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22 minutes ago, Lacassem said:

I was debating on doing this. Has anyone ordered printed yardage books from https://store.golflogix.com/collections/US_massachusetts?sort_by=title-ascending&utm_source=2021 Green Books Home Page - Slide 1 - Shop Now&utm_medium=2021 Green Books Home Page - Slide 1 - Shop Now&utm_campaign=2021 Green Books Home Page - Slide 1 - Shop Now

Was looking at doing this specifically for tournaments where I am not familiar with the course.

The prices seem pretty reasonable, I remember looking at the Strakaline books a few years ago, and it was $75 or $80 for a book with the green info.  I just looked, and they're competitive with the Golflogix books.  Its hard to tell, but the format of the Straka books looks a little better for the tee-to-green layouts.  But I've never even seen one of these, let alone ordered one.  I'll often buy a book in the pro shop if I'm playing a course for the first time, more as a memento than anything else, but those rarely have any detailed green contours.

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The prices seem pretty reasonable, I remember looking at the Strakaline books a few years ago, and it was $75 or $80 for a book with the green info.  I just looked, and they're competitive with the Golflogix books.  Its hard to tell, but the format of the Straka books looks a little better for the tee-to-green layouts.  But I've never even seen one of these, let alone ordered one.  I'll often buy a book in the pro shop if I'm playing a course for the first time, more as a memento than anything else, but those rarely have any detailed green contours.

YEs I actually collect the yardage books from courses. Use them when I play there but they are definitely more of a memento and really the only thing useful greens wise is the depth IMO. A lot of places locally are not doing them anymore either which is unfortunate. 

These would really just be one offs for somewhere I know I am going to play competitively. Some decent reviews out there with pictures and they seem legitimate. May give one a whirl. Seems like @GolfSpy MPRis looking to plot his own. 

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2 minutes ago, Lacassem said:

YEs I actually collect the yardage books from courses. Use them when I play there but they are definitely more of a memento and really the only thing useful greens wise is the depth IMO. A lot of places locally are not doing them anymore either which is unfortunate. 

These would really just be one offs for somewhere I know I am going to play competitively. Some decent reviews out there with pictures and they seem legitimate. May give one a whirl. Seems like @GolfSpy MPRis looking to plot his own. 

I did my own yardage book a while back for my home course, I think I've posted a sample hole in MGS somewhere.  I didn't do detailed green mapping, but I definitely noted significant features, ridges and knobs and tiers, with distances to the front.  

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3 minutes ago, Lacassem said:

Seems like @GolfSpy MPRis looking to plot his own. 

Unless the one I bought from PuttView (mentioned above) blows me away, my intent is to scan all the pages immediately when I get it. Then I will combine the aspects of PuttView with those from the DECADE images I like best, and then print the thing in a format that fits the yardage book cover I got.

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1 hour ago, GolfSpy MPR said:

Planning to experiment with something new (for me) this year: carrying a printed yardage book.

I have a couple of goals/reasons for it:

  • I need my wedge distance chart; this is a good place to keep it. I'll probably putt my club-gapping numbers in a chart as well, although I don't tend to forget those.
  • I want to play with mapping the greens on my home course. No commercially-available green books have maps for us, which is unsurprising.
  • I had a really cool Zoom chat with Lou Stagner, going hole-by-hole through my course and mapping out the best strategy for me. I want to make those notes to reference during the round.

Anyone else here carry a hard-copy yardage book? If so, have you found it useful? Or does it end up being like using iron headcovers? 🙂

I intend to start doing it more religiously this year…I started a bit last year at my home course and saw some benefits.  I just upgraded to DECADE Elite so I plan to get plenty of use out of the yardage books.

Curious, how did you get a one-on-one course review with Lou Stagner?!

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1 hour ago, Lacassem said:

I was debating on doing this. Has anyone ordered printed yardage books from https://store.golflogix.com/collections/US_massachusetts?sort_by=title-ascending&utm_source=2021 Green Books Home Page - Slide 1 - Shop Now&utm_medium=2021 Green Books Home Page - Slide 1 - Shop Now&utm_campaign=2021 Green Books Home Page - Slide 1 - Shop Now

Was looking at doing this specifically for tournaments where I am not familiar with the course.

Have you tried the GHIN GPS app? There's an added subscription fee of mid $30. for the greens view which also includes a greens heat map. That subscription covers any course which is in their system. I would have taken a pic - but you're not allowed to take a screen shot (I tried once and got my hand slapped). 

Edit: here's an article on the added capability of the App. 

 https://www.forbes.com/sites/erikmatuszewski/2021/08/03/usga-adds-gps-green-reading-tech-to-golf-handicapping-app/?sh=29ea08516746

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6 minutes ago, tony@CIC said:

Have you tried the GHIN GPS app? There's an added subscription fee of mid $30. for the greens view which also includes a greens heat map. That subscription covers any course which is in their system. I would have taken a pic - but you're not allowed to take a screen shot (I tried once and got my hand slapped). 

Edit: here's an article on the added capability of the App. 

 https://www.forbes.com/sites/erikmatuszewski/2021/08/03/usga-adds-gps-green-reading-tech-to-golf-handicapping-app/?sh=29ea08516746

I have just really been a fan of paper the past year. Its nice to be away from the phone for those few hours. I know it will be more expensive this way but I am not buying a ton of them.

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1 hour ago, Getoffmylawn said:

Curious, how did you get a one-on-one course review with Lou Stagner?!

Last year, he asked for volunteers to participate in a new podcast he was starting. He was looking for a mid-handicap player to receive a whole bunch of coaching and the podcast would chronicle the improvement. I was a finalist, but wasn't chosen, so this was my consolation prize (which was a pretty generous offer, I think).

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1 hour ago, GolfSpy MPR said:

Last year, he asked for volunteers to participate in a new podcast he was starting. He was looking for a mid-handicap player to receive a whole bunch of coaching and the podcast would chronicle the improvement. I was a finalist, but wasn't chosen, so this was my consolation prize (which was a pretty generous offer, I think).

Nice.

I’m heading to Army War College for a year, and every year there is a tourney on the base course (Carlisle Barracks) where the best players from Navy and Air War College come in to compete.  I’m going to be dissecting that track for literally months trying to make sure I’m playing it “right”…

I saw Chris Nickel’s advice on Twitter…he’s right…do that, pull the yardage book for your course, and maybe you end up sticking around on Decade too.  

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35 minutes ago, Lacassem said:

I have just really been a fan of paper the past year. Its nice to be away from the phone for those few hours. I know it will be more expensive this way but I am not buying a ton of them.

Ah yes I can relate - when I was working. And the benefits of retirement now my primary use of the phone is golf apps and answering texts from my wife. 

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I collect yardage books and love to use them than using SkyCaddie or other iOS GPS apps.  I'll even splurge and get Strakaline books for special courses.

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