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Geoff Mangum's PuttingZone™Contest

BIZZARRE PUTTING OCCURENCE

"Early in my professional career, I would have notched my first tournament win, but for a bizarre occurence in the final round. I had hired a local caddie whose nickname was Four-One, derived from his skills with the dice. A good guy and a fine caddie, who I would employ on numerous occasions in the future. On the seventh hole, I'm looking at a birdie putt of some twenty feet and decide I'd have a better chance of making the putt with the flagstick left in the hole. My caddie duly attends the pin, then, as I start the ball rolling, Four-One attempts to remove the flag in the normal manner, only to find that he can't get it out of the hole! In desperation, Four-one gives the flagstick a great heave, where upon the entire cup comes out of the ground just as the ball arrives, striking the metal cylinder dead center! The rebound plus my penalty turns my almost certain birdie into a double-bogey five, which puts me into a playoff with two fellow professionals, where I proceed to lose by a substantial margin. Five tournaments later, I win my first professional tournament, the U. S. Open!"

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THIS CONTEST'S FREE PRIZE:

People who email me the correct answer between now and the end of April will have their names placed in a Ben-Hogan-style cap for a drawing and one will win a free copy of Larry Stanley's The Putting Edge - How to One-Putt Every Green booklet for plumb bobbing.

The winner will be notified by return email on May 1, 2003, and the names of all correct respondents will be posted here.

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