Value of the short game in golf...Ask Andy Bean
Another quickie for the cialis set…If you ever devalued the importance of wedges in golf, study up on Andy Bean’s final round at the Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am on the Champs Tour. It might have been two consecutive holes where the behemoth had, respectively, 69 and 85 yards in. In the first situation, he bombed it over the stick, had about 30 feet left, and two putted for par. For the second, he left it short, sucked it off the green, and barely made par. The coup de grace, however, took place on the next hole, where he had 92 in and left it SHORT of a greenside bunker…and made seven. Consider the man who won the event: Tom Watson, Mr. Wedge. Without going into detail, Watson was the superior golfer with the wedge on this day, and took home a silver bowl thanks to that.
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