The definitions of the Rules of Golf state that if any part of the ball touches the putting green
, then the ball is on the putting green
"The putting green
allows tenants to enjoy the plaza by taking a quick break from their office responsibilities with the opportunity to stretch their legs and get outside."
Hole-in-One USA's putting green
games are notorious at the NADA Convention because it gives a taste of what Hole-in-One USA does as a hole-in-one insurance company.
The sun shone from a clear, azure blue sky while the simple, brightly coloured flower beds surrounding the putting green
Golfing champions Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods and Luke Donald had not even teed off when the claxon sounded signaling the suspension of the opening match of the Accenture Match Play Championship, as a blizzard turned the putting greens
into white before their amazed eyes, the Mirror reports.
a ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad a ja ja ja ja j cent to a N i N c k It also has its own putting green
and is adjacent to a Jack Nicklaus gg o golf course.
Golfers and golf course superintendents expect a lot from their putting greens
. They want fine, lush, carpetlike surfaces that a ball will roll smoothly across.
Having the old putting green
and practice area next to the ninth hole meant it was too dangerous to have more than four people using it at any one time.
Green Fee: Weekdays/Weekends: US$ 68/US$ 78; www.hominyhill.com Shore Gate Golf Club: Located in Ocean View, NJ, this is one the most demanding courses in South Jersey, and offers a large matted driving range with practice putting green
. Excellent snack bar between 9 and 10, behind hole 18, and full service golf pro shop.
CHESHIRE'S Caroline Marron achieved her main target of the season, the Senior Women's English Championship - with the help of some late practice on the putting green
and telephone chats with her coach and fiance, Bromborough professional Geoff Berry.