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01 Jul, 2011

Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 12: The Masters – Putting Tips

Posted by: aaa_janitor In: Putting Tips

For every inch up/down in elevations, add/subtract a foot Slow Conditions = Take approximately 10% off the putt Average Conditions = Take approximately 20% off the putt Fast Conditions = Take approximately 30% off the putt Tournament Conditions = Take approximately 40% off the putt EA SPORTS Game Changer CCCGolfer08 shows you how to make a yardage chart in Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 12: The Masters. “Like” us on Facebook ( for all of the latest Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 12: The Masters news

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15 Responses to "Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 12: The Masters – Putting Tips"

1 | melvind02

April 26th, 2011 at 3:11 am


Enjoyed the putting tips!!!! Hopefully I will make more putts now… Thanks for your hard work!!!!

2 | DreadX22

April 26th, 2011 at 11:14 pm


how do you know the speed of the green ?

3 | popculturetherapy

May 6th, 2011 at 11:48 pm


Bravo for posting this! I don’t how or where you got the inch to foot and percentage rates for this game, but dam if there not perfect. I was going crazy trying to find/figure out some kind of system for the putting in this game. I easily missed 95% of my putting. After your info here I now land 95% of my putting. Showed me how the putting engine in this game is extremely faulty unless you know these rules and is the deciding factor in whether you’ll be able to play and enjoy this game or not..

4 | cccgolfer08

May 18th, 2011 at 5:04 pm


@DreadX22 sorry for the late need to click the start button when in game, and go to caddy book, the green speed is the course conditions speed

5 | TN79

May 20th, 2011 at 1:31 am


how do you move the arrow?? ive pressed every button i cant move the yellow arrow to aim in the circle

6 | cccgolfer08

May 22nd, 2011 at 7:51 am


@TN79 you need to press circle (b for xbox) to go to caddie (zooms out to the hole) and from there you can move the yellow arrow by using the d-pad

7 | w1Leh

June 2nd, 2011 at 9:33 pm


Out of interest is there a rule of thumb for drizzle/wet conditions as well?

8 | Division1Sales

June 12th, 2011 at 9:53 pm


Can’t get over how much this improves my game!!! Thanks so much!!!!

9 | CircusNormal

June 13th, 2011 at 9:46 am


Dont really get the percentage bit???

10,20,30% off what, the original distance?? Not that clear to me!

And where does is state the green speed??

Sorry if im being stupid. Please help…..

10 | volcom204

June 14th, 2011 at 6:46 am


I’m at a loss on this man help. My ball on green is lvl no slope to the pin is 25ft average conditions so I take 20% off right that be what 5ft so go down to 20 then judge on where what ball is going to go but when I do putt preview it shows that my ball is going to go like 30ft way from the hole even if the marker is going over the hole. So am I doing my math wrong or what I do suck at math lol

11 | volcom204

June 14th, 2011 at 9:36 pm


nvm man even if it says its going to go 10000 miles away from the hole even if the marker is over the hole it still goes in you would think that be to much power and the ball would jump the hole but not on here lol.

12 | ggbizz

June 17th, 2011 at 11:33 am


How do you judge when it’s raining?

13 | jhh7275

June 18th, 2011 at 8:06 pm


@CircusNormal i dont have this game so i cant help u with stating the green speed but u take the percentages off the distance after u add or subtract the distance if the putt is up hill or downhill so the percentage is NOT off the actual distance to the cup.

14 | cccgolfer08

June 23rd, 2011 at 5:50 pm


@CircusNormal figure the distance you would like to hit it based on elevation first. Then take OFF 10,20,30% of it…so on slow greens, if you want to hit 10 feet, take off 10% and hit it 9 feet. and to find the course conditions, click start and go to your caddy book

15 | sluharry12

June 25th, 2011 at 6:16 am


the percentages to deduct is so huge. Thank you. Why do slow and average still require a deduction?

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