Difference between revisions of "Putting green"

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1. The area of the hold being played which is specially prepared for putting or otherwise defined such by the Committee. A ball is deemed to be on the putting green when any part of it touches the putting green. Putting greens are mowed between 5/32nds and 5/16ths of an inch, depending upon the turf quality desired.<br><br>
 
1. The area of the hold being played which is specially prepared for putting or otherwise defined such by the Committee. A ball is deemed to be on the putting green when any part of it touches the putting green. Putting greens are mowed between 5/32nds and 5/16ths of an inch, depending upon the turf quality desired.<br><br>
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http://www.academyofgolfart.com/images/exhibition/painting/ShuichiKuga_TPCSawgrass.jpg<br><br>
 
http://www.academyofgolfart.com/images/exhibition/painting/ShuichiKuga_TPCSawgrass.jpg<br><br>
 
The putting green of the seventeenth hole at TPC Sawgrass.<br>
 
The putting green of the seventeenth hole at TPC Sawgrass.<br>
 
Source: http://www.academyofgolfart.com/painting.htm<br><br>
 
Source: http://www.academyofgolfart.com/painting.htm<br><br>

Revision as of 13:12, 19 June 2006


1. The area of the hold being played which is specially prepared for putting or otherwise defined such by the Committee. A ball is deemed to be on the putting green when any part of it touches the putting green. Putting greens are mowed between 5/32nds and 5/16ths of an inch, depending upon the turf quality desired.

ShuichiKuga_TPCSawgrass.jpg

The putting green of the seventeenth hole at TPC Sawgrass.
Source: http://www.academyofgolfart.com/painting.htm