To ensure proper functioning of the system, make sure that a pin sheet has been generated for the day and is available to the pro shop via the ezLocator website or in PDF format.
Print out the day’s pin sheet and bring it with your hole changing tools.
Click the menu on the top right of this page to view any hole's custom instructions for finding the front of the green.
Included below are instructions on proper pacing technique, overview of the diagrams and how to get to the front of each green.
Each hole has a diagram for finding the front of each green to begin pacing off the day’s hole location. The diagrams reference the green complex, a sprinkler head to begin pacing to find the front of the greeen, front of green, and the depth line you must walk along to get to the stated depth for the day.
All stated measurements on pin sheets are listed in increments of 1 yard. So, if a hole location is listed as (9, 4R), this means it’s 9 yards from the front of the green and 4 yards from the right of the green.
NOTE: It is very important to make sure you are walking at an increment of 1 yard while locating the hole.
Illustration of a hole
location of 9, 4R.
In a parking lot or on the golf course, measure out 30 feet and mark the beginning and end. You should walk 10 paces in the marked-off 30 feet. Practice walking this distance until you can adjust your pace to accommodate the new length of your walk.
Follow this step-by-step guide to use the given pacing measurements on each day’s pin sheet. Pacing measurements are provided in increments of 1 yard. You may need to adjust your pace to accommodate
this measurement. To adjust your pace, reference the previous section instructions.
Locate and proceed to
the front of the green.
Reference each hole’s
to find the front of
Look at the day’s pin
sheet. Walk along the
depth line for the first
stated amount. Set the
cutter or marker down
at this location.
Go to right/left edge of green, perpendicular (90º) to depth line and your marker. Left/right is determined by second measurement on pin sheet.
Walk towards the marker you placed for the stated measurement. When you arrive here, this is the correct hole location.
Click on the menu on the top right of this page to view custom instructions for finding the front of each green on your course.