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I have corrected it to a fictional course now.
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I agree 100%. I think the host with the least Latency from his Router/Modem to a server within 1,000 miles should host the games. To do this for future games, use www.speedtest.net (also available as an App at Microsoft Store for Windows 10).Great_White_Shark wrote: ↑Sun Feb 17, 2019 2:49 amMyself and many others have tested Redwoods Oaks and never had any game play issues...We have played other courses in the past week with multiple crashes, meter disappearance.post shot freezing Etc....I would suggest its a server/Host issue and not course
My recommendations for Latency/Ping are 10ms to 20ms. Anything higher can lead to MP connection problems, especially 50ms higher.
These is not the Latency and Ping you see in the game. All of us see 2ms when we host because that's the speed of Ping between our Ethernet cards to the Modem/Router. The speed test will give you the Ping from your modem to a server.
I took a screenshot of my Ookla Speed Test App as I am writing this. I am fortunate to have around 10ms to 15ms Ping/Latency. When I host an MP, the game rarely crashes on anyone's PC. (based on average Pings of 15ms and download speeds of at least 10Mbps and upload at least 2Mbps).
Hope that helps.
Have tried several times to host with 2 other players joined, all crashes. Funny too, this is the only course that crashes in multiplayer.
Never mind, there are other 400 courses to play.
Lol m8, it is called a "tween" fiber connection with the same download & upload speed. You can get it up to 500mb up & down....no need such speed for PG multiplayer, 10 mb is enough.
We will not be playing Redwood Oaks together anyways nibo lol, I won't host it any more until fixed