putter


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putter

1 Golf
1. a club for putting, usually having a solid metal head
2. a golfer who putts

putter

2
Athletics a person who puts the shot
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They've broken through this year with a piece of technology that is sure to shake up the world of putters. This is the year that Odyssey rethinks the putter's shaft.
One thing we all seem to agree on is that good putters don't have their eyes past the ball.
Paddy's Putter On the left is Peter Strachan of the Rotary Club of Tranent who received Paddy's Putter from Roger Claymore, president of Lockerbie District Rotary Club
She has three top-seven finishes in the ANA Inspiration and this time the 23-year-old world No.24 will take on the California course with Joe Miller's putter.
Pompano Beach, FL, August 22, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Round 4 Putters has added two new putters to its product lineup.
AGC's professional Rory Young decided to play the nine holes with only a putter for every shot, aiming to beat the previous putter-only record at the club: 53 strokes, set in the 1980s by the aptly-named Eric Nutter.
When he got to the ninth hole, he went to the pro-shop and bought a new putter and played with it for the rest of the round.
Jason Dufner and Billy Horschel, two of the worst putters on the US Tour, will need to relentlessly pepper pins to be competitive.
"It's a good thing I had that putter. It's a good, solid, heavy, putter," Aarts said, speaking of the Cleveland putter he used to fight off the alligator.
Of all the elite pros who favoured the controversial long-handled putter, Scott was probably the most prominent, having wielded it to claim US Masters victory in 2013 on his way to becoming world No.1.
Ian Poulter vowed to toss his putter in the bin after his touch on the greens cost him the chance to get himself in the mix at the Masters.
That causes body rotation and makes it more difficult to keep the putter face on path.