Yes, eventually you learn when to do it in order not to slow down play and still get it done without feeling hurried. I walk fast am am usually the first to the green many times, so that helps too.
And by pacing, I simply walk to the pin and multiply by 3 ft/pace. Just in case anyone thinks otherwise.
I did, too, but now they’re apparently trying to walk it back and scrambling to save face.
Deservedly so. Wilson should have gotten one, too, and suspended.
Just to play a little devil’s advocate, could their line of thinking be to hire these types of guys because they “understand” how to be rough without crossing the line? Or that they understand the difference between being physical and having intent to injure?
Not saying I agree with it or believe it, but I’m just trying to see it from a different perspective.
I estimate first putt length. When I first took AimPoint, we practiced estimating distance because it was part of the mid-read technique. It’s pretty easy once you break the putt into sections visually.