I just got done watching David Orr's new video "Mapping the Greens on Tour" which can be found on his forum at (http://www.orrgolf.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=177) The cost is $12.95.
The video is as it says...showing how tour caddies map out the greens for their players. The caddies have it a little easier since they can get pin placements from past tournaments from the tour office. You and I really don't have that luxury and instead would have to map out the entire green. However, as I pointed out in a previous post (http://3jack.blogspot.com/2008/12/exelys-breakmaster-update.html), tour caddy who goes by the handle 'Overkill' on the lynnblakegolf.com forum has a simple method for mapping the entire green. Although there's one big difference...the caddies on this video use the Exelys Breakmaster exclusively whereas 'Overkill' prefers the bubble level green reader (although he does have the Breakmaster as well).
Orr's video works with Charlie Wi's looper (Mark Urbanek) and Billy Mayfair's caddy (Todd Montoya). Both room together, but have very different methods of mapping the greens. However, each method can be useful to a player wanting to map out the greens at their local course for themself.
The video itself is meant for low handicappers...particularly those very dedicated to their games and anybody who wants to become a caddy. There's a couple of instances where the audio struggles a bit, but overall the video and audio quality is very good.
This is a solid video and more or less interesting than anything else. Since I'm a bit of a fanatic who plans to get back into playing serious golf, this video works for me since I plan on mapping out greens for future tournaments. It also may be helpful for the low to mid handicapper who plays the same course all of the time and would like to map out the greens so he can take so more nassau's from his playing partners.
That being said, I think it's much more important to get Orr's "How to Read the Greens" video since if the golfer can read the greens, he really doesn't need the green map. And while preperation is key to success, execution is still more important.