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  1. yes, good point. It's arm lock, but with claw grip so wasn't sure how to classify that, I went with claw
  2. Another way to look at it, those missing and making the cut by putting grip (excludes anyone over 60 years old to weed out old champions). Agree with previous comment that strokes gained driving / approaches could be a factor here, but still pretty interesting. Wish I had strokes gained putting stats to really nail this down.
  3. Here were the longs (I grouped arm lock putters like DeChambeau) in the long category. A. Scott B. DeChambeau V. Singh B. Langer M. Kuchar
  4. Interesting stats on what worked at the Masters as far as putting grips. Obviously not strokes gained putting (as Masters doesn't stat that), but probably some info in these numbers.
  5. Augusta's greens were stimping close to 15 yesterday, looks like the slowed them down just a touch today.
  6. What a difference on green speeds today vs. November, greens on fire today.
  7. Agree, let them play. They've earned it and it keeps the history of the game intact. I agree with another comment earlier, these guys have egos as well, so when they start posting mid 80's, they call it quits on their own.
  8. Goals for 2021: Become an avid switch hitting golfer (7 righty clubs/ 7 lefty clubs in the bag) Experiment with different grips sizes on irons/ woods See if I can wrangle a 64 degree wedge to my advantage Get 9 holes in early in the morning before work several times/ week Use some of the new golf technology/ smart equipment out there.
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