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What People Get Wrong About Aimpoint

BY MARK SWEENEY AimPoint Takes Longer Than Traditional Green-Reading Let’s imagine an alternate universe where everyone read greens by quickly feeling the slope in the line of their putt and then were finished with the read.  Then imagine I advocated for everyone to instead squat behind the ball and have a look, then walk to the […]

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Burnham Enjoys ‘Veteran’s’ Day at San Diego C.C.

By Bill Fields At the ripe old age of 21, Sarah Burnham is one of the elder stateswoman in the Round of 32 at the 117th U.S. Women’s Amateur. (USGA/Steven Gibbons) U.S. Women’s Amateur Sarah Burnham loves country music, and her status among the match-play qualifiers in the U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship was ripe for […]

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Picking a Line, What’s the Point

by Mark Sweeney From time to time I see the old debate about which is more important, Pace or Line, pop up and it for some reason always seems to annoy me.  I’ve written a blog on this topic before and the general consensus seems to be pace, but in reality if you want to […]

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