The unique aspect of golfing in Florida is dealing with Bermuda greens. And to play well, you need to know how to read them. River Run Golf Links head pro and general manager Dennis Bush explains the trick to spotting how grain grows on the greens and how that makes your ball break in this week’s Bradenton Herald golf tip.
“When the ball starts to slow down, the grain will take the ball even more,” Bush said. “If you hit it hard, you can play less break. But once it hits the grain, it’s going to go to the low side every time.”