Should we be rolling the greens for better putting?
I’ve done some writing for trade magazines over the years, and the more I hear about the practice of rolling greens, the more I like it.
Apparently, people completely abandoned it for about 50 years, then picked back up on it in the 1980s. Now, you see it a lot.
But I played golf not too long ago with a guy from Delaware, and he says his superintendent doesn’t believe in rolling greens. He also said the greens were like putting on shag carpet.
Rolling greens allows you to skip a cut and keep the same speeds. So why wouldn’t everyone do it?
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