I'm enjoying PG again after a four year break.
I thought I would resurrect the ancient Ted Ball Challenges run on the forum that I started many years ago (before leagues crashed my party).
Anyway, this is for people who like a new challenge.
The challenge is to play the way I do. Follow these rules and see how you go.
1. RTMS Either horizontal or vertical.
2. Amateur difficulty.
3. No grids. NO GRIDS. (You can use the stick thingy on the greens but without the slope indicator. (I forget how to remove the slope part. Any suggestions?)
RTMS is a thing of beauty and at Amateur there is enough natural variation in flight paths to make scoring just that bit harder. Putting without the slope indicator means you have to actually read the green. The graphics and other guides (e.g. watching the roll out etc.) gives you enough info to provide a realistic experience. You'll sink short putts and you'll make some 10 footers and you'll go close at 20 foot and you'll miss most of the time longer than that. Perfect. By all means use the Free Cam and so on. I just read from default and find it good enough for 24 to 34 putts per round.
Gimmes are at 4 foot. Stimp 12. Realistic greens. Strong Breeze to make you think a bit. What a great golf game this is.
If you want a casual but challenging experience download any or all of these recordings...
Have fun and cheers,
Signed Ted Ball (whistling in the wind)