how golf yardage books are made?

how do pga tour caddies make yardage books?
wow taylormade you copied cookie exactly lol

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    1. ÐIESEŁ ÐUB says:

      I don’t always make my own yardage books, but will purchase the pro book at the course (if it is not just given to me). I then adjust for elevation, hidden ridges, areas that flag placements might be on the green, and stepping off the grid pattern on the book to make sure that my yardages work for my players style. Basically if it seems like it might be something we need to work with…I take notes. As for how the official books are made. They are done taking laser measurements, and pacing off the greens from front to back, and side to side. Slopes on the green are marked and all obstacles on the course are also lasered off. Hope this helps. I only caddie a few pro tournaments a year, so mostly I rely on the books that are already done for me- and then I just add my own notes to the book.

    2. Cookie O says:

      They walk the course and some take yardage lasers and check the distances, they look for bumps on the course so the player can know if he hits it there that he could get extra yards or fly the bunker etc.

    3. Taylormade says:

      They walk the course and some take yardage lasers and check the distances, they look for bumps on the course so the player can know if he hits it there that he could get extra yards or fly the bunker etc

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