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  • Nikegolf19 1 year ago

    Once the yardage book is complete, how do you put it all together?

  • Ace Boogie 1 year ago

    Alright man sounds good. Thanks for the quick reply and keep up the good work.

  • Rob Zimmerman 1 year ago

    Hi Ace – I'm planning on doing those videos this fall/winter and restructuring the entire series a bit. Stay tuned!

  • Ace Boogie 1 year ago

    Awesome videos. All of them are on point and helpful. I was wondering if you could provide some details about how you print the yardage books out. Could you include the dimensions of the pages and how you get them to be back-to-back? Also, do you just use regular computer paper or something heavier stock?

  • toaster96 1 year ago

    Hey. Thanks for your tutorial´s. Do you know how to creat trees like on the Masters Yardagebook with inkscape?

  • Rob Zimmerman 1 year ago

    I don't clone the green. When I chart the green for the bottom half of the book I actually zoom in on Google Earth, take a higher resolution screen-shot, and then re-trace it.

  • Darren Williams 1 year ago

    How do you make a "clone" of your green, without it effecting the Original Green? This is really hard to duplicate images. I end up remaking the whole green again.

  • Ben Peacock 1 year ago

    Do you think you could make green grids for a course I am playing a tournament at on Friday? I simply won't have time to do it myself….I just need diagrams and grids for the greens!

  • Rob Zimmerman 1 year ago

    My pleasure. Keep an eye on our website ( for a new section devoted to these tutorials. I'm in the process of redoing them, adding new content and including downloadable templates.

  • frazzled924 1 year ago

    These are fantastic – thank you!

  • Rob Zimmerman 1 year ago

    I already have a video for that! Be sure to check out all the other videos in the "Making your own yardage book" series.

  • Rob Zimmerman 1 year ago

    Use the text tool (on the left side) and click on the fairway where you want to type the number. Type away! You can resize the text just like you resize any other item in inkscape.

  • Alex Demens 1 year ago

    how do you insert numbers on the fairway?

  • Rob Zimmerman 1 year ago

    You certainly can. I can't post URL's in these comments so just google "inkscape for mac". On the download section of the inkscape webpage there's a mac download.

  • Alex Demens 1 year ago

    Can you download Inkscape for mac?

  • drbrouillard 1 year ago


  • Rob Zimmerman 1 year ago

    That's actually a pretty quick tutorial for the symbols. I'll see if I can bang that one out today.

  • drbrouillard 1 year ago

    Great as usual ! Just a question .: how do you make the symbol sprinklehead and the target symbol just as in your yardage's example ? Many thanks and bravo for your work !