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Does Green Really Equal Good?

The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence...... Is it Really?

People are almost conditioned to associate grass on golf courses with being bright, lush and green. Images are shown on TV from the latest PGA tournament of perfect uniform playing surfaces that are a consistent shade of vibrant green. Glossy photos leap out of the pages of magazines to try and entice players to play the latest course or to demonstrate that the key to fixing your slice is too tee it up amidst agronmic perfection.

Augusta National is surely the poster child for consistency and uniformity
Looks are nice but what about playabilty? Golf is a game after all so shouldn't we be evaluating playability as the most important aspect of a golf course?

              "Golf, as a game, at its roots has long been played on dry firm surfaces and the unpredictability of the contours were integral in how the game was played. These core principles invoke the true spirit of the game and players are requi…

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