Post by sandsaver01 on Sept 28, 2019 15:29:18 GMT -5
Looking for a little input from all you experienced LiDar designers out there. I am quite far along on a LiDar version of Crooked Stick Golf Club, maybe 90% complete with some grass planting and small stuff. I know an obvious anomaly when I see it; spikes, ridges in places where they shouldn't be, etc. but how do you tell whether other terrain features which maybe a little suspect are an anomaly? I hate to go smooth stuff that really should be there - kinda defeats the purpose of LiDar. Any suggestions appreciated.
On a related subject, this was one of Pete Dyes first course designs, and he may have gone overboard on the greens! I have not tried to set the four pin positions yet, but just looking at the greens as I play-test at 187 using the middle of the green I think it may be difficult if not impossible to find four placements. How much smoothing should I do, and what method would you recommend?
lemoncurdontoast: Practice swing simulator 2k25 gonna be lit
Nov 28, 2022 19:29:44 GMT -5
lemoncurdontoast: While I'm here, since we've gone default ball for realism it's 2023 and we're still setting up for pitching 8 irons 140y and splash shots roll further than a cheese down a hill.
Nov 28, 2022 19:24:37 GMT -5