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A little help?

I have heard a statistic over the years but never found a source: 85% of all missed putts are short.  When I look at PGA stats, I see they track the number of putts, but not whether they were short (or broke below the hole) or long past the hole.

Is anyone familiar with a study that has been done on this?

Thanks

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5 hours ago, Carluska said:

85% of all missed putts are short. 

I've never seen a putt that never makes it to the hole and deemed left short, go in.
I've heard the percentage is somewhere near 100% never go in when short …  :whistle:

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