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Old 09-17-2012, 06:36 PM
patdb23 patdb23 is offline
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Originally Posted by Fishy View Post
I know after watching people do jump putts and "walking off the circle" I'm going to start carrying a length of an old tape measure. Everyone I see jump putting basically is releasing after their feet leave the ground. Called one guy on it and he lost it. So what's the best way of getting people to stop jump putting when they obviously can't do it correctly? This is the biggest violation I've seen, everyone thinks they can and yet no one seems to be able to do it correctly. I've seen everything from a few inches off the ground to a couple of feet.
Wow, I would really like to see a player jump two feet up in the air and make a putt. I've considered bringing a measuring tape, but walking it out is almost a nuisance, but I do it anyway. If I can't take more than 11 steps, then I call myself in the circle.
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