Question: if I’m from Houston (humid, no elevation), and I play somewhere that is at 3300 feet of elevation and dry, how much should I need to increase the tension of my strings to compensate? I’m currently in my last 2 months in a university town before I move back home, and my level of play here relative to back in Houston is astonishingly different. I can hang with 5.0s in Houston and have no trouble keeping the ball in play, whereas in my university town I play at a 4.0, the ball flies long no matter what I do, and I lose all confidence in my strokes. I have no issues sailing the ball using my XTC 305 at 52/55 w/ Red Code and a syn gut in Houston, whereas I feel like I need to go 10lbs higher in my university town. If I hit the same shot in each location, all things equal, the ball goes at least 5 feet farther in my university town.