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    04-29-2014 11:07 PM
    Is putting truly more important than driving? I hear this often and i think to an extent i disagree. When first staring i think its true, but once you can park 80% of the hole on a course isnt driving accuracy more important. Ive gotten to the point where i can consistantly throw past 400 ft, and fairly accuratley. I consistantly end up within 50 to 60 ft of the pin off the drive, but i dont know anyone who consistantly knocks down 60 footers. So for me its an easy par but rarely a birdie. If im inside 25 ft ill make the putt, but its gotten to the point where driving accuracy is more important. If i increased mu putting percentage i would maybe drop 1 or 2 strokes, but if i could could cut the distance to the pin in half, i would probably drop 5 or more strokes.

    Has anyone else seen this happen and how do you get to where you drive within the circle more often. I assume once i start driving consistantly withing 35 ft then putting will once more be more important.

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