What do the numbers on a golf club’s chart mean?
The number you count in is the club’s value in mph – so if the wind was 2.7 mph, and the club’s value is 1, you count 2.7 rings, which takes you most of the way into the blue ring This indicates where you have to aim to compensate for wind and to gain a truer ball flight
How do I keep track of ring values for MY clubs?
If you’re having trouble keeping track of ring values for all of your clubs, be sure to check out the Wind Chart Creator tool that can make it a little easier. If that tool isn’t to your liking, the Golf Clash University Wind Ring Calculator is worth checking out as well.
How do I get Started with golf clash?
Here are some Golf Clash tips to help you get going: Don’t be afraid of power: powerful shots are scary because you have less control, but they can get you further down the fairway Learn wind charts: though it’s a bit of a pro skill, wind charts help vastly improve your game
How do I use a golf clash wind chart?
Wind charts are one of the best Golf Clash tips for improving your game. Here’s the best way to use a Golf Clash Wind Chart: Known as the ‘ring method’ this involves using the rings on your target to adjust shots for wind Firstly, remember that in terms of ring colours, yellow = 1, orange = 2, blue = 3, black/grey = 4, white = 5.