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Oscar Meyer Hot Dog Putter in Action

The Hot Dog Putter

That’s right.  It’s a Hot Dog putter.  I can tell memories of that Oscar Meyer tune dance in your head.  Heck even I know how to whistle that little ditty.  It actually does exist.  And it happens to be JohnnyGK’s pride and joy –  the Oscar Meyer Hot Dog Putter.  He’s a pretty good putter. . . .

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Club Fitting: For the Birds?

Club Fitting

The debate over club fitting never ceases.  Some contend the “Average Joe” golfer gains nothing from a fitting since his swing presumably changes as much as the wind direction on Soldier Field.  Others say the quickest way to improvement is to allow a fitting to find the arrow that the flawed Indian can shoot the. . . .

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Our Mission, Culture and Gratitude

Greenskeeper.org our Culture and Mission

Gratitude is what inspires me. It’s the foundation of my life and Greenskeeper.org. I don’t start a single day without first thanking a member of GK in thought or action. It feels good and puts me in the right mindset. My favorite thing to do is appreciating Greenskeeper.org members that contribute helpful content to the. . . .

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Aimpoint Clinic: My Personal Odyssey to Putting Enlightenment (Part II — some Q & A)

Aimpoint Byron Nelson 2010

Part 2 of our weekly series on Aimpoint. If you don’t mind I’d like to hear how you do in your first round using this. I think it will take several rounds and several practice sessions to better understand the implementation. I am going to take the next 2 months and go out to my. . . .

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Aimpoint Clinic: My Personal Odyssey to Putting Enlightenment (Part I)

Aimpoint

This is one of our original articles posted for the GK Blog by one of our members a few years back.  I always look back at that series of articles when I need to rethink my putting strategy. I think it deserves to be re-posted in our newly revamped version.  What do you think? It. . . .

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