April 22, 2018 at 07:51 PM
By Blake B
Blake BPanama City Beach
I know we are all a little different here, but I know we can all agree on one thing. Golf is better played on courses that don't look like a dig site, and with greens that don't look like they've been pounded by a hail storm. As the game grows, and more and more people are out on the courses, this seems to be a trending topic. Let's just always remember to repair our divots, and fix our ball marks! It takes 2 seconds, and can be the difference in a good and great course.
Brian DNorton, MA
Dino JBurnaby, BC
April 23, 2018 at 06:45 PM
Not sure I was able to figure out what PSA is, but I completely agree with fixing ball marks on the green. I will usually fix between 5-6 on every green.
Once I am done fixing my own and marking my ball, I usually take a walk around the green and fix a few other ball marks while waiting to putt or while others are putting out.
Good habit to get in, and I am sure your fellow members will appreciate your efforts and hopefully take a lesson from you and do the same.
Todd TSan Diego, CA
Travis WJacksonville, FL
Haven't registered for Team Titleist yet?