Best Shot: 525 yard par 5. 2nd shot was 245 playing 255. left is dead. right is dead. long is rough and downhill thick chip. I said I would be okay being a little short. I flushed a 5 wood and stuck it to 6 feet made eagle and turned at 1 under.
Worst Shot: I have trouble with thin sand traps.... I tend to let the rebound of the club slam into the ball. open face... I hit from 1 bunker over the green to the other bunker.. then back over, I hit it over the fance and across the street into someone's yard.
Thanks, I'll be sure to reach out if I need anything. I'll try to figure it all out on my own, or with the help available from GAME Golf, to me that's the best way to evaluate ease (or difficulty) of using the system.
I think golf is hard. So, I'm okay with books.
With this caveat: Enforce the time to putt. I don't care if you call a friend, or ask the audience for their opinion. Just do it fast.
If you are going to allow green reading books, make em use em fast.
Bryson's 2 and 3 minute putt evaluation is re-god-damned-diculous.
PGA Tour players vote to outlaw green-reading books, ban likely
The PGA Tour is likely to ban the controversial green-reading books before the start of next season, Golfweek has learned.
Apparently a majority players want to ban green-reading books. I'm interested to see how this progresses, from two standpoints. First, the Ruling Bodies have limited the size and scale of green-reading materials, but specifically do not prohibit them. I'll be interested to see how the PGA Tour words any rule, to see what information and detail is permitted on written materials. Second, the PGA Tour follows the Rules of Golf, uses only Local Rules previously approved by the Ruling Bodies. I don't believe that anything in their To eliminate green-reading materials, they'll be outlawing something that is specifically permitted by the Rules, that would be a departure from the Tour's previous practices.
Lots of people have spoken out against the greens books, what do y'all think about this?