The Putting Green

A photo of women golfers on a putting green circa 1910.


"I'll meet you on the putting green." A phrase that so many golfers have uttered so often that in many cases it goes unsaid, yet it is fully understood. The putting green has long been a pre-round gathering spot for golfers of all abilities in many lands, a practice area for those seeking to improve their game and according to the golf course architect and green keeper it is where the golfer meets the golf course and prepares him or herself for what he or she knows will be a career round.

"Meeting at the putting green" though is also the end of the pre-round phase of a golf match.

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