So, as you may know, Tiger Woods has four putting greens in his backyard. Notah Begay explains his "Augusta green."
“The Augusta green is a little elevated, with sharp aprons, a deep bunker, and it’s always the fastest green in the facility. It’s firm, and they mow the aprons around them extremely tight. That way, when he gets to Augusta, it feels extremely normal for him.”
Unlike ANGC's putting surfaces, however, Woods' are Bermudagrass, as you can't grow bentgrass in South Florida.
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