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Putting is much simpler than driving the golf ball and doesn't have to be a complex set of events.It is an art to be cultivated and acquired through your own individuality or personality.It's an art because it is a reflection of the
philosophy of the putter. Putting is an important game within the game of golf as it is an art requiring vivid imagination and sharp eyesight to assess the characteristics of the green Corey Moore Jersey , good judgment to gauge the distance for long putts, as well as the power and touch to strike a "specialized" stroke and to deliver the perfect putt. Using the putter is both the easiest and most difficult part of golf.It's the most precise aspect of the game of golf and so the putter must be designed to give the golfer every technology advantage including smooth stroke, good glide, sweet impact, and bounceless topspin ball launch and every technique advantage including perfect fit as to shaft angle and length.

Golfers refer to this as "going to school" on a putt. Golfers, many times, are overanxious to see the result, so they lift their head and turn their body too quickly. Sometimes, golfers also try to hit the ball with their wrists.

The reason putting is an art is because there are no hard and fast rules regarding how one should deliver the perfect putt. Good putting will help your golf?scores far more than a bunch of 300-yard drives down the fairway. What makes putting such an important part of your game is that no matter how well you're able to hit the ball with all your other clubs, until you roll that little white ball into the hole, you have no score. In other words, if you drive your ball 300 yards right down the center of the fairway, and stop your approach shot 15 feet from the hole, neither of those shots have done you any good if you?end up 3-putting for a bogie.

Putters are designed for use on the golf green where they are suppose to hit the ball to roll on the surface of the green to land in the hole, thus completing a "hole" in a game of golf which consists of several such holes, usually eighteen but sometimes more or less.

Putting is a big part of his golfing philosophy. It is much too delicate a process to withstand any body motion. This stroke is the greatest test of skill on the golf course and requires regular, high quality practice sessions, ideally on a putting green or with something that represents an actual hole as nearly as possible. Putting is unique, in that it is intended that the ball travel substantially on the ground toward the hole.It's more sensory, tactile, than any other stroke in golf. It's about feel, touch, stroke, speed and distance.This stroke is one ofthe most important parts of the game of golf -- remember that one half of all the strokes allotted for a score of par are putts. It's the key to scoring better, no matter what your handicap may be.It's almost always the maker or breaker of your game and all it requires is some basic confidence and technique. Putting is also different in another way:??It is one of the few skills in all of sport in which any player, regardless of size, strength, speed, gender, or education, can compete equally with--and have a realistic chance to surpass
the skills of--the best professionals in the world.
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Kimi Raikkonen will be racing for Ferrari again next season after the Italian Formula One team announced Tuesday a contract extension with the Finn for 2018. The popular 2007 world champion, who will be 38 in October, would have been out of contract at the end of this year with plenty of rivals eyeing up his seat at the sport's most successful and glamorous team.


Raikkonen has not won a race since he was at Lotus in 2013, and is currently fifth in a championship led by German teammate Sebastian Vettel, who has won four of the season's 11 races to date.


Vettel is also out of contract at the end of the season and the short Ferrari statement did not mention him. However, he is expected to remain once a longer and more lucrative deal has been hammered out.


The timing of Ferrari's statement was earlier than expected, since the team have often made such announcements at their home Italian round at Monza which follows on from this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix.


They had also been tipped to confirm both drivers at the same time.


Vettel, a four-time world champion with Red Bull, has also been linked in some media speculation to champions Mercedes where Finland's Valtteri -Bottas has yet to be confirmed for 2018.


By opting to keep Raikkonen, Ferrari have gone for an experienced driver who is still quick and who will not rock the boat in what is likely to be his final season. He first raced for Ferrari between 2007-09 and then returned in 2014.


He and Vettel get on well, with the German keen on him staying, and Raikkonen has shown his loyalty this season by accepting team orders to his detriment.


The Finn has twice finished second behind Vettel, in Monaco and Hungary, while also taking third place in Britain and Russia.


He started on pole position in Monaco in May, his first appearance at the front of the grid since June 2008, and has a strong track record at Belgium's Spa-Francorchamps where he has won four times.


His future was called into question in July, however, when Ferrari Chairman Sergio Marchionne called him "a bit of a laggard." "I think Kimi has got to show a higher level of commitment to the -process," he had told reporters at the Austrian Grand Prix.


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