Category Archives: Putting

5 things we learnt from the Masters

You can’t win a major without being able to putt How frustrating it must be for Lee Westwood. He is easily the best in the world from tee to green but, as we all know, that pales into insignificance without being accompanied with the ability to putt. Time and time again we see Westwood hit …

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The Long Putter: Unfair Advantage, or Part and Parcel of the Game?

By Nick Bonfield What is required to win a golf tournament? Great ball striking, accurate iron play, a great short game, control of emotions, character, and, most importantly, a great display of putting throughout the week. Is a great display of putting down to equipment, technique, or the person wielding that equipment? The long putter can certainly …

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