• ejones says:

      Hi Leon,
      Sending you a copy of the spreadsheet to your email address. Remember to save a coy to your local computer.

    • ejones says:

      Hi Robert,
      Glad to see your interest in charting your clubs. it’s one of the best ways to lower your scores without changing your swing.
      I sent an email to the address you provided with the attachment. Cheers!

  1. John says:

    Hi Eric,
    Looking for a copy of this. Like the good layout of your charting. Is there a place I can purchase or download it?

    Also wondering if you have anything that helps with yardage adjustments for uphill and downhill?

    • ejones says:

      Hi John,
      Thanks for reaching out!
      One of the best things you can do for your game is chart your clubs. Best is with some sort of radar to get precise yardage distances.

      As for adjustments, you will see a handy cheat sheet that comes with the Yardage Chart form. Basically you will add or subtract one yard for every yard in elevation change. The reason is relatively simple: most shots reach their apex, the downward trajectory is close to 45 degrees. So for every yard of distance, there is an equivalent one yard descent.
      I just sent the spreadsheet to the email you provided with your comment.

    • ejones says:

      Hi Jonathan,
      Thanks for reaching out.
      I will send you a copy of the spreadsheet directly. You can also send requests like this to support @targetcenteredgolf.zendesk.com in the future.

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