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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 it didn't go in, it didn't go in,'' Funk said of his winning putt - one he determined ahead of time he was going to simply trust to his stroke.
The ensuing birdie gave him a 3-up lead that would extend to 4 up after a 15-foot birdie putt on the eighth.
Jones, though admittedly nervous over his 5-foot par putt ("the putter was shaking going back," he said) hit it the back of the hole to take a 1-up lead with one to go.
I hit a lot of birdies and I struggled a little bit putting for short putts, so I will putt better (today).
Tiger Woods, on the 18th fairway when the siren sounded, finished 1 over at 72, bogeying the 17th hole after a cell phone went off during his putt for par.
Harrington's final birdie came on a 12-foot putt: ``When things are going for you, those sort of putts go in, don't they?
The very next hole Donovan again hit his approach close enough for Niger to give him the birdie putt, but this time Niger's attempt just missed the hole.
I made absolutely no putts today and my longest putt was three feet,'' said Turner, who struggled similarly in the first two rounds.
They filter away the glare - particularly when I'm reading putts, so I can see the break.
Other par-3s play 208, 209, 198 and 145 yards, the shortest leading to a green that appears much flatter than it putts.
Finally, the Amazing Grace has a new "smart sole" design that greatly reduces drag, particularly on those tricky putts from the fringe.
Rather than continue the guesswork, he decided to hold a competition open to all golfers, both amateurs as well as the world's top professionals regardless of age, sex or handicap to determine who really putts the best.