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A G protein involved in olfaction, a neural activity that is similar to vision, as it requires conversion of external signals to electrical signals recognisable by the brain
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At the end of July, each of the participating clubs will hold its own Club Putting Championship from among its top qualifiers, to determine the Club Putting Champion and "Top 20 Putters.
We're putting more tools in place to automate management, but sometimes you just need people in front of screens, watching the flow," she says.
Of the top 20 PGA scoring leaders for 1994, 10 placed among the top 20 in greens in regulation, nine for putting, and only four for driving accuracy.
But proceeds from two years of the Glendale College Foundation's golf tournaments paid the $70,000 cost of the eight-hole putting green, complete with sand trap, and a huge netted cage where up to six students at a time can take full swings at the real thing.
Whether you shoot 100 or 70, putting will be between 35 and 40 percent of your score.
CHTT has 709 open call contracts versus 330 open put contracts, putting its Schaeffer's open interest put/call ratio (SOIR) at a low 0.
While Augusta National might be tailored for Woods' power, his sometimes erratic irons, shaky short putting and lack of experience keep him from being a flat-out favorite when the 61st Masters starts Thursday.