>> Bunker play.
>> You never hear RSGers braggin on their sand game.
>> Except me, of course.
>Well, the rest of us don't end up in sand traps of course.
>> I stopped by the course at lunch today and practiced putting for awhile. We
>> have a nice practice green. It's shaped like a large L with lots of slope on
>> parts of it. It would make a "great" area for practicing the types of chips I
>> find myself with on the course. But there's that big sign saying "No
>> We do, however, have a flat, small, perfectly circular green for chipping.
>I like to have a chipping green with a hill and a grass bunker next to it.
>Chipping from the side of a hill to a downhill slope and a near pin is something
>that requires lots of practice, especially if I am not directly above the pin.
Dave Clary/Corpus Christi, Tx
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