Chicago-land line charts may help you to get the proper lines for your putts. Bar charts may inform you when to head for the nearest bar (19th hole). Area charts may be appropriate for particular, golf areas. Bubble charts may assist you if your golf balls change into bubbles on Halloween. Stock charts may allow you to track your golf stocks. I am uncertain whether scatter charts will allow you to record your slices and hooks. Pie charts will indicate par percentages even if no pies are available to purchase in the clubhouses’ dining areas. Pyramid charts may be of more assistance if you play more golf in Egypt than you do in Chicago. Tee cones on cone charts are appropriate.
Charts allow golfers to understand graphically trends, numbers and differences in size, quantity, frequency, distance, etc. On that golf course, what is the ratio of par threes to par fours? How many par three holes are there on all, Forest Preserve Golf courses?
The following list relates to number of pars and par numbers (three, four and five). Water hazard totals are in some of these charts. Distance charts also indicate distances with mathematical symbols of > (greater than) and < (less than).
- Chevy Chase Country Club Pars Column Chart
- Chicago Park District Golf Distances Line Chart
- Chicago Park District Golf Pie Chart
- Evanston-Wilmette Golf Course Pars Bar Chart
- Forest Preserve Golf Pars Pie Chart
- George Dunne Distances 3D Line Chart
- Water Hazards CPD Golf Column Chart
- Water Hazards FPG Holes Courses Cone Chart
- Water Hazards I FPG Donut Chart
- Water Hazards II FPG 3D Pyramid Chart