Irons used by top 10 Tour players in greens in regulation

GOLF WEEK | on Mon, Mar 20, 4:13 PM

Players need to take advantage of every opportunity to shoot lower scores, and good players do not simply wait for good opportunities to randomly happen. They create scoring opportunities by getting on the green as quickly and efficiently as possible. In other words, they hit a lot of greens in regulation. Hitting the green in regulation means stopping the ball on the putting surface in two shots less than a hole’s par, which translates to one shot on a par 3, two shots on a par 4 and two or ...

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