Pasture golf is a return to Scottish links style courses. Technique over technology, it makes golf both fun and affordable to play. The Ground Game

Tired of super manicured courses, ridiculously priced greens fees, spendy clubs and fancy clothes? You'll love the back to basics play of pasture golf!

Pasture Golfers' Golf Play Index
| A Golfer's Nightmare |
When Your Golf Swing Leaves You in the Lurch | Finding the Feel of the Greens
| The Swing Thought | More Golf Trivia | Golf's Short Game | Never Hurry - Never Worry
| Scottish Style Golf | Northwest Highland Tour | Playing Sand Greens | Golf's Ground Game

| How Sweet the Swing | Primer for the New Girl Golfer | Pasture Golf Criteria

As we've said before, the secret to good putting is finding the feel of the greens. Ben Hogan is more to the point when he says, "There is no similarity between golf and putting; they are two different games -- one played in the air, and the other on the ground."

You will find no shortage of opinions when it comes to the subject of putting. Perhaps Tommy Armour said it best, "Love and putting are mysteries for the philosopher to solve. Both subjects are beyond golfers."

Ben Hogan and Tommy Armour played big roles in the history of golf. Are you wondering what the future of golf may bring?

Ben Hogan winner of three majors in 1953

Ben Hogan won three majors in 1953.

This Page Updated: June 27, 2005

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