** “Golfer” within these steps refer to the player with a disability
Golfer** on first hole, and every subsequent, will first identify whether the whole is a Par 3, Par 4 or Par 5. The first hole in this example is a Par 4.
Blue Tees Yardage
Next the golfer will identify the yardage from the men’s blue tees for the hole being played. The first hole is 378 yards.
Refer to your slingshot distance sheet
The golfer then refers to the Slingshot Distance Sheet to determine the starting location. After identifying the type of Par (3, 4 or 5) and the men’s blue tees yardage, the golfer will know the starting distance from the center of the green. In this example the golfer will start 195 yards from the center of the green.
Find your spot
The golfer can use golf course distance markers to help determine the starting location. Additionally, a golfer can use a GPS range or laser instrument.
On to the next hole …
After completing the previous hole, then identify the next hole’s Par and yardage from the blue tees.
Because the second hole is a Par 3 and 186 yards, a golfer will tee off 85 yards from the front of the green. When determining the starting location on Par 3’s, a golfer can use the distance from the women’s red tees to help determine starting location. If the woman tees are 106 yards from the center of the green thing you know to move 21 yards towards the whole to get to the 85 yard starting location.
Enjoy your round!
After completing the previous hole, then identify the next hole’s Par and yardage from the blue tees. Then repeat Step 3 and Step 4 until you are done playing either 9 holes or 18 holes.