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Eliminate the 10m Circle 57 24.05%
Keep the 10m Circle as is 142 59.92%
Allow course designers to designate custom areas where stand-still putting is required 26 10.97%
Players can jump from behind their lie and shoot before touching down. 12 5.06%
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Old 06-28-2018, 12:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Rockwell View Post
When I started this thread in 2014, my main goal was to simplify the rulebook and eliminate some tough calls.

As my kids have grown a bit, I've realized that maybe the best reason to eliminate the "10m-show-balance" rule is for our growing demographic that is younger, weaker, or may have disabilities.

If full grown males need to follow through for a clean shot at 10.1m, consider being a 5-year old.
Agreed. And I think the Women’s field might increase in size over time if the circle were at least smaller for the ladies.
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