Originally Posted by Neil
Did you miss the BASICALLY in capitol letters, and the rest of the post??
Not at all, Neil. But you made no mention of the fact that he variably uses either
edge of the shaft or the center line of the shaft for cuts that are all in the same direction, all depending on the severity of the cut. No offense meant, but this is not quite the way you worded it. Just trying to clarify is all, not saying you don't understand it.
Mike, I'll go with what you say about the amount of the OB ball hit, I was just using those numbers as an example of increasing severity of cut angle. You obviously have a better handle on the actual angles than I do.
At any rate, I found this to be a pretty interesting method. I've never used any sort of aiming system, not even ghost ball. They all confuse the Bejeezus out of me. However, this method seemed simple enough to understand, so I went down to the table and played with it a bit. I think it will be useful to me for certain shots, but I think there will still be lots of adjustments to make depending upon shot distance, speed, spin, etc.