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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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The Stability Shaft made a bit of a splash with its launch last year, and UST has offered their Frequency Filtered putter shaft for years.
"It was my caddie's putter and I really liked it, so I'm just going to use it from now on.
Round 4 Putters works to create the world's best putters through innovation, design, and craftsmanship.
So, if the player did not cause any delay or use a club that had been selected for play by another player, he had not broken any Rule.By adding a second putter to his bag, the player now had the maximum 14 clubs.
Both are strong putters, which has been the basis of their success, but Harris English has been horrifically out of form.
He had made a clear and informed decision to make hay while the sun shone and worry about adapting to the shorter putter when he absolutely had to.
"I used the same putter grip for about nine years of my career and went away from that about two years ago.
When you practice, try counting to three before looking up to see where the putt is heading; this will ensure the ball is well off the putter before you move your head.
"In 2008, I wasn't happy with my putter and I stood on the putting green and burned two big footprint marks in the green at Birkdale trying to get comfortable because for one reason or another putts weren't going in.
The R&A and USGA - the game's governing bodies - subsequently proposed a ban on anchored strokes which would come into effect from 2016, but Harrington wrote on his website yesterday: "The main thing I changed in the last week is my putter. I was messing around with a belly putter and it felt very good.
The R&A and USGA - the game's governing bodies - subsequently proposed a ban on anchored strokes which would come into effect from 2016, but Harrington said yesterday: "The main thing that I changed in the last week is my putter.
Scott's green jacket was the first major won by a player employing the broom-handle version of the putter as Keegan Bradley won the US PGA in 2011 and Webb Simpson and Ernie Els won the US Open and the Open respectively in 2012 with belly putters, the report added.