Dead Solid Lucky

February 17, 2011

It’s easy to understand the chokehold that putting has on the golfing mind. If you flub a drive or fly the green with a 9-iron, there’s still hope that you can make up for it with a miraculous recovery shot. In contrast, putting delivers a brutal, obvious, and seemingly final judgment. You miss the eight-footer, you drop a stroke. It’s no wonder that Ryan Moore and many of his peers see putting as the skill from which all good things in golf flow

via Does winning a golf tournament come down to skill or luck? – By Michael Agger – Slate Magazine.

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