Keys to Judging Wind December 5, 2012March 20, 2017 Shawn Course Strategy. Post navigation Three Reads for Better PuttingChipping with a Hybrid 7 thoughts on “Keys to Judging Wind” Only Videos supported at this time ! Hump Day. Videos ways played in the past… Reply hi shawn ! i find your golf tips very useful and helpful . i look forward in learning more from your humps day. thanks a lot Reply Thanks Noel–glad you like the HUMP DAYS! Reply Why wouldn’t tossing some loose grass into the air be a good indicator of wind direction? Reply Mike–actually its the worst indicator. Reason being the wind is less detected close to the ground unless your measuring the heat coming from the ground called miraging. Tops of trees outside of water and mirage are the best. I’ve spent years around marksmen and they have the best measurements. The most effective is mirage. Taking a scope from a riffle or range finder and bluring out the image and you can see the heat coming from the ground the actual direction the wind is blowing the heat coming from the earth. That’s truly the most effective way. Reply I had been enjoyed your video but recently I was told that “This video is not playble on this player”. It is ipad2 that I have been using to see your video. Can I hear your explanation on this change? Thanks and regards, KM Reply Hi everyone! You might be having problems viewing the video on tablet or mobile devices. We’re working to get that issue resolved as soon as possible. There was a problem with the video hosting service we’re using. Sorry for the inconvenience… Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.