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|If he is kind he says nothing, but usually he utters the well-known cliché, “You |
drive for show and putt for dough!” How accurate is this well-known cliché? In this
article I investigate the different attributes in golf and their importance to scoring.
|4.47 4.48 Drive for show, putt for dough. A popular saying in golf is “You drive for |
show but you putt for dough.” The point is that hitting the golf ball a long way with
a driver looks impressive, but putting well is more important for the final score ...
|In golf there is an old saying: Drive for show, putt for dough. It means that hitting a |
drive off the tee box a long distance is fun and impressive, but the person who
makes the most putts in the fewest tries on the green is the one who usually wins
|Drive for Show, Putt for Dough In what was arguably the most amazing feat in |
golfing history, Bobby Locke played 1,800 holes that year without a single three-
putt! And that was ... Seemingly impossible, but the records confirm it. In 1977,
|In the 100 or so competitive rounds I played with him, I saw him three-putt just |
once." As Locke always said — and yes, he's the one who said it first — "You
drive for show but putt for dough." Sam Sncad once told a story about how Locke
|Drive for show, but putt for dough.” —Bobby Locke, professional,. How. important |
is putting? We can put it this way. If you average more than two putts per hole,
you are not doing yourself or your score any favors. That would be 36 putts per ...
|On his best day, he's won a years salary; his worst set him back almost that much. Filled with high drama and deadpan humor, this compulsively readable book tells how Crump became America's preeminent golf hustler.|
|10-Second Training (for instant training moments) Statement: "Drive for show, |
putt for dough." Meaning: Creativity is vital, but intentional teaching causes
learning. tt 1 -Minute Training (for hallway conversations with teachers) "Drive for
|The bottom line is that the putter is used more than twice as much as any other |
club in the bag. No doubt the putter is by far the most important club in the bag.
As the saying goes: “We drive for show, but putt for dough!” Mostly, we use the
|putts you can have an opportunity to knock down. It is all about the up and down. |
Get on the green and make your putt. Drive for show, but putt for dough. The
amazing thing about golf is, no matter how great the drive and the majesty of the