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Lining Up Your Putt Imagrncan invisible straight line that connects your ball, the hofe, and the Ball Aiming Cursor at the top of the screen Use the Right and Left arrow keys to move the Ball Aiming Cursor onto the end of that imaginary line. Use the three-procedure on the Power Bar to control the distance and direction of your stroke. Remember that the maximum distance on your putter is 80 feel, thus every segment of the Swing Zone represents 8 feet.

Reading the Green Unfortunately many greens aren't flat so your putts won't always go straight. To find out how much a putt is going to break right or left, or if you're putting uphill or downhill, check the Break Indicator

Imagine that the line in the circle has an arrow on it pointing outwards— that's the direction that the putt will break {right or left) if you're awning directly at the hole. If tfiere's rvj line. Uteres no break

If the arrow points due south (as on a compassl. that means the putt is uphill and has no break. Uphill putts are slow, make a firm stroke. If the arrow points (Joe north, the putt is straight dcnvnhill. Downhill putts are fast - so ease up on that malleti C)

A bar gauge labeled BREAK - below the drrectiori circle - tells you the intensity of a putt's break. The indicator is a red bar that slides from left to right on the gauge: If at the far left, the break is virtually non-existent; if at the far right, you have a major break.

Remember Pin placements are random arxl often charge from rourxl to round That means each time you approach a hoter, you may face a new and more difficult challenge.

Gtve Up Rule Vtxj have 50 swings to get the ball into the hofe After 50. ycu'lf proceed to the next hoie with your putter droop<ng

A Hint From Jack: Ato yuu Sink yw putL press the 11 letton and you wif go directly to the next tee



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