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Select Course:

Select Hole/Shot:
 
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Tips

When viewing a pre-mapped course:
  • Use the "Next Hole" and "Next Shot" buttons to explore the course.
  • Use the "Set Tee/Pin/Target Position" buttons to adjust the tee, pin and target positions and explore different strategies. Just click the button then click the map at the required location.
  • If you wish to save your changes, click the "Save As" button to save the course to "My Courses".
  • Once you have saved the course, any subsequent adjustments to tee, pin and target positions are automatically saved. No need to re-save the course.
  • For accurate clubbing, setup your profile here.

To map a new course:
  1. Enter the address into "Find on Map" and click "Go!".
  2. Enter the course name and click "Save As".
  3. Select hole 1.
  4. Drag the map to the tee.
  5. Click "Set Tee Position" then click on the map at the correct location.
  6. Drag the map to the green.
  7. Click "Set Pin Position" then click on the map at the correct location.
  8. If it is a par 3, you are done.
  9. If it is a par 4, drag the map to the fairway, then click "Set Target 1" and click on the map at the correct location.
  10. If it is a par 5, drag the map to the lay-up location, then click "Set Target 2" and click on the map at the correct location.
  11. If it is an extremely long par 5 requiring 4 shots to reach the green, you may also wish to "Set Target 3" in the same way.
  12. Click "Next Hole" to advance to the next hole.
  13. Repeat steps 4 to 12 until you have mapped all the holes.

To view/edit one of your saved courses:
  • Select the course in the drop-down list.
  • Any adjustments to tee, pin and target positions are automatically saved. No need to re-save the course.

To send a course to a friend:
  • Go to "My Courses" and click on "Link".
  • Copy and paste the URL into your email.

To view your course from another computer, tablet or mobile phone:
  • Go to "My Courses" and click on "Link".
  • Save the URL in an online bookmark (e.g. Google Chrome) or post it to a blog or social media site.
  • You will then be able to access the course from any device that can connect to the internet.
  • The link will also act as a backup should you ever lose the data on your main computer.