When a player is on the green, they will putt the ball towards or into the hole. A putter is used.
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People can use the putt while playing golf. A putt is a light golf stroke made on the putting green in a effort to place the ball into the hole. A variety of putts exist such as: Short putt, long putt, putt to Birdie / Par / Bogey.
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Depends on the type of golf course. A putt-putt course is around 35,000 sq. ft. and a golf course is around 150 acres
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Mini golf is also known as "Putt-Putt" It is very fun especially for young kids (between the ages of 3-12) but also for many adults. The Putt-Putt golf courses are very creative. Some have live aligators, windmills, and much more.
Putt-Putt golf is designed, so the player can get a hole in one on each hole if they use some skill, so it is more common than you would think. Trying to get a hole in one on a real golf course is very rare and is every golfers dream.
Basically a pitch and a putt. If you miss the green you hit it onto the green- known as the up, then putt it in the hole- known as the down.
Good question. It might be because, unlike golf, there is nothing in between putting and doing something else... like driving. It is all putting.... so, repeating the word emphasizes the fact that that is all you do. :) In addition, Putt Putt is a registered trademark for a miniature golf franchise headquartered in North Carolina.