While the advanced stats takeover of golf has undermined the old adage, "Drive for show; putt for dough," it's still true that putting makes a huge difference in our scores. A hot flatstick can keep a mediocre ballstriking round from going completely off the rails—and can turn a solid round into the best round of your life.
And while we all want to dial in the short range putts (that are relatively easy to practice indoors), how can you practice lag putting the long one's in your house? Bir
I’m Christopher from Iowa – where my course has been covered in snow twice already.
I picked up the sticks late in life, when I was thirty, and I’m 53 now. I belong to Whispering Creek in Sioux City, and the Prairie Club out in the Nebraska sand hills. GHIN says I’ve posted 87 rounds this year and have a 7.8 index – a personal best.
I’m a member of #PushCartMafia that really enjoys course architecture. That appeals to the right side of my brain. I was also a