- n hitting a golf ball that is on the green using a putter; he didn't sink a single putt over three feet"
his putting let him down today
- v strike (a golf ball) lightly, with a putter
he putted the ball several feet past the hole
- v hit a putt
he lost because he putted so poorly
- The putt-putting noise daunts would-be lawbreakers; the potential speed (60 m.
- It is "pitch-and-putt," where the average hole is 50 yds.
- Watrous felt sorry for him and conceded a hard six-foot putt for a half.
- Paul Goydos in Seattle Times
Standing over that last putt, I was probably as nervous as I've ever been over a putt in my life,he said. "The putt would have gone in a thimble."
- Tiger Wood in The Associated Press
The putt on 17 was a joke,he said. "I'm just trying to get it close and walk out of there. And it happened to go in."
- Phil Mickelson in The Associated Press
There's no way under par is going to win here, I don't believe,Mickelson said. "I think over par will win. Because of that, I'm right there. But I need to play well. I need to putt well â€” score well. I've just got to get sharp on...