Interesting new putters; Chuck Evans gives short game tips and San Francisco golf ideas
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The new Logical One Putter was designed by a father and his ill son, and has added sightlines for better alignment.
“The logical part of it, is that this putter has three sets of sightlines, one behind the ball, then two outside of that the width of a golf ball, and two on the edges the width of the hole,” says Christianson.
A portion of the proceeds will go to the Platelet Disorder Support Association.
Christianson also tells about the quirky new Lateral Line Putter, made by a company in Fargo, North Dakota.
“It’s a curious, funny looking thing, has a big cap metal head on it with a huge brass weight behind where the ball is … and I will say it takes some getting used to.”
“When the best players in the world hit less than 80 percent of greens and 70 percent of fairways, the average golfer is going to hit considerably less than that,” says Evans. “So the easiest way to improve your game is working on the short game.”
San Francisco is one of America’s most famous – and most expensive – cities. So how does the golf stack up? West Coast Bureau Chief Chris Baldwin says it’s not all that.
“It’s not a great golf town by any stretch of the imagination, if you want great golf you have to go to Monterrey. But there are a few courses you can play in the area,” says Baldwin.
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