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Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
Great topic, Karen. The other benefit to slower, fuzzy, aerated greens is that putts don't usually break as much - you can ram them home. I only have a couple of gripes about them. One is when you aren't informed of the aeration when making tee times. Nothing annoys me more than to find this out from the starter on the first tee, especially if it's a resort or high-end daily fee course. I really appreciate the honoable operators who give you this information. The other complaint is when the maintenance crew leaves too much sand on the greens. It is easy to accept the vagueries of putting over the aeration holes but it is frustrating as hell to have to read the speed of the several different depths of sand in one putt.
09/13/07 @ 11:03
Comment from: John [Visitor] Email

Isn't the word aeration?
09/14/07 @ 19:51

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