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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 168
CLICK BUTTONS ON FOLLOWING PAGES TO REVEAL WHAT WE LEARNED. IT'S basic maths - everyone knows that a two-foot putt is eminently more difficult than a six-foot putt. Wait, what? Ernie Els once again proved that the shortest putts are always the hardest putts after he inexplicably missed from tap-in range at the Dunhill Links Championship earlier this month. And most of golf's greatest purveyors of putting wizardry have, at some stage of their career, missed an absolute dolly. No one remembers those moments when they happen to occur in the second round of a stock standard PGA or European Tour event, but when the world's watching and there's a title on the line, you'll never be allowed to forget it. So apologies in advance to the players behind our collection of some of the worst putts in golfing history. We hope time has taken some of the sting out of them. OTG 5 UNMISSABLE PUTTS (that didn't drop). ERNIE ELS 2015 DUNHILL LINKS CHAMPIONSHIP IT’S been a while since Ernie Els has putted at anything close to his major-winning best, but we had no idea things had gotten this bad. Els was just one foot from the cup during the first round of the Dunhill Links Championship at St Andrews – well inside the length that would have yielded a ‘gimme’ at the President’s Cup. But not only did the South African miss, he didn’t get within an inch of the hole, in one of the most embarrassing green gaffes of all time.
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