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putt

Golf
a stroke on the green with a putter to roll the ball into or near the hole
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"If I can make some putts I could very easily be 10 under, maybe more.
Imagine if you could drive it long and straight, avoid three putts and even make a few during your round!
Being able to 'see' the line of the putt before you start your stroke is important sensory information which your subconscious mind will use to perform the action.
Joyce McKellar, chief executive of Renfrewshire Leisure said: "Renfrewshire Leisure has never operated a pitch and putt at Brodie Park, as the park itself is the responsibility of Renfrewshire Council.
Kim, hitting her putt first before Lee, set up a dramatic, unforgettable moment.
One lucky winner will find him or herself in similar shoes to last year's finalist and could be competing for the Million Dirham Putt in front of professional golfing legends such as reigning US Masters champion Sergio Garcia, and thousands of spectators on the 9th green of the stunning Majlis Course at Emirates Golf Club.
A great trick is to copy the legendary Seve Ballesteros, a fantastic putter, who used to try to stroke his fast putts from the toe end of the putter, instead of the centre.
He said: "It was nice to roll in birdie putts at 16 and 17 but the other 16 were horrendous.
Both Filipinas had promising starts but could not send the putts dropping.
UNABLE TO MASTER IT McIlroy frustrated as another putt goes by and (inset) chatting to Knox
"But I am really optimistic about this week and going forward because I'm starting to putt as well as I ever have.