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Pot·ter

(pot'ĕr),
Edith L., early 20th-century U.S. perinatal pathologist. See: Potter disease, Potter facies, Potter syndrome.

Pot·ter

(pot'ĕr),
Irving White, U.S. obstetrician, 1868-1956.
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TaylorMade had it figured out when they brought out the limited-edition versions of their Itsy-Bitsy Spider putter for DJ and JD.
Without the anchored putter, they would have been lost to the game.
New technology is already under way which will replace the belly putter, and the proposal certainly won't impact on me as a retailer," confessed Keighley.
about whether or not anchoring the putter does help on a certain range of putts, especially the guys who have gotten the twitches a little bit," he said.
Eat your heart out, you who plunk down $249 for the latest hot putter.
More than pounds 1bn is spent on golf each year in Britain, around pounds 8m through putter sales.
Yost, who says his son is a better golfer than he, got the idea for the Banjo Putter several years ago.
The movement should stop when the putter can brace his arm against a wall, as shown in Photo 1.
We are thrilled to be involved with this legendary event," said Managing Partner Tim Mooney of Kenny Giannini Putters.
But the 43-yearold four-time Major winner said: "I was in such a state on the greens then that I don't think I could have won The Open with a short putter.
He said: "I've toyed with using a belly putter but not anchoring it in the belly.
If it is that easy with a long putter, a belly putter, why aren't 90 percent of the pros and 100 percent of the amateurs using it?