Yeah, I felt that too. But it's the best I've found so far and I've looked hard. And even tracking compression is at least one data point that thins down the list for me by probably 80% - which is significant as a starting point.
And they do acknowledge it in the other tabs which are a good beginner discussion. And on the compression shart, each ball has a 'detail' tab that offers more info.
If you have another resource with more info, I'd be thrilled to have it. I'm still looking.
Perhaps you give us too much credit?!
How about this - While I do follow the etiquette rule of not standing along the extension of the line of putt, I will almost always try to find the opportunity to assess the line of an opponents putt (when it's similar to my own) prior to them striking it. Given the chance, I'll even squat behind it and give it a good look, and then closely watch the roll from the side. I've never been called out for it, but am I following acceptable etiquette when doing this?
#12 European Club, County Wicklow, Ireland. The large lateral hazard is the Irish Sea.
County Louth Golf Club, Ireland, just north of Dublin. I love links golf.on these courses where the key is to keep the ball close to the ground. I bounced this one up tight from 202 yards with a six iron, which I normally hit around 155-160.
I started adding a pause at the top of my swing at the start of this year. I had a habit of rushing the downswing, now i pause, shift my weight then swing. I think a lot of it s psychological but it has really helped me.