In an 18 hole round a guy or gal probably averages 6 to 8 gimme-length putts. Half of those you can just rake in. The other half, especially when they're an 18 incher, slick green, left to right... they're gonna read those putts, perhaps from both sides of the hole. And then there are the practice swings. And if they make it there's the victory dance! All time consuming.
interesting opinion. I’ve literally been playing nothing but Prov1/Prov1x for 20 years. I agree, not much has come close to it, although I’ve seen some nice balls released by other manufacturers thats have closed the gap. That’s about all I agree with you about however. Feels like a rock? I guess that’s what is so neat about golf equipment and varying opinions. I’m very impressed with the ball, and like I said, I’ve played nothing but Prov1 for 20 years. I scored really well with the ball at TPC Myrtle Beach and Pawleys plantation again today. The ball is solid. It doesn’t spin as much off the tee, and certainly seems to have more distance, but green side spin was very good and it has nice softness off the Scotty Cameron and rolls true. Usually very cynical about balls, but this one caught my attention and the Results have been there. I literally rotated a Prov1, Prov1x and AVX last few rounds and amazed.
I agree with this. I don’t get why they wanted to force a non driver teeshot to hit the fairway.
I can attest that being left here sucks.
Yea, it only changes the angle to the hole. It might matter more with wind direction, but I think they could consolidate the tee boxes. Maybe one way left and one way right.
Not a big fan of this hole. It’s a big safety issue with the tee shot to a blind landing area.
I didn’t like that my 70 yard shot ended up in the rough when I pushed it like 5 yards right. Not a fan of blind shots to these sort of greens.