Putting observation

Dear Editor:Golfers who watched the British Open could have learned a valuable lesson: most putts finished on the low side away from the hole, and didn't allow enough for the break. If the caddies had noticed in early rounds, and had suggested allowing more for a high side break to the hole, depending on the distance, the scores would have been better. The relatively easy 18th hole putt Tom Watson missed to the low side was an example that cost him the tournament. - James Hawkins, Downey

********** Published: July 24, 2009 - Volume 8 - Issue 14

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