Monday, 12 July 2010

The 2010 Open

Whoever wins, at St Andrews perhaps more than on other championship courses, the old adage that you drive for show but putt for dough is truer than ever. The trusty putter is the most used club in all golfers’ bags, and the Old Course contains some of the largest greens in the world, with seven shared between holes – the shared green covering the 5th and the 13th is actually estimated to be THE largest in the world, at over 100 yards from front to back. At more than an acre in total size, it would take the average greenkeeper an hour and a half to trim into to shape with a mower! To help both pros and club golfers alike there is a great choice of putters to help cut down on putts and for the Open avoid long walks!

Read on for more information on the Open

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