Honestly, I think that's a problem with everyone's game. Tge short ones are always worse than the long ones. Harder to read movement when you have limited space to hit and view it. My two cents atleast.I was watching Jordan Speith's game yesterday thinking that his putting has just about imploded the rest of his game. There are getting to be a number of golfers that can't stand over a 4 to 8-foot putt without having a meltdown. Rory McIlroy seems to have been going through the same issues since his major's blitz a few years back. Rory actually looks more dangerous to me putting 10 feet and out than standing over those shorter putts in big moments.
That's one of the reasons I've been paying attention to where they are cutting the pins today. Tomorrow will be the traditional placements but from what I can tell about today they are tucking some of them pretty tight.I hate to say it, but it looks like the weekend weather promises to keep the fire out of Augusta's greens.
Per Weather.com’s hourly forecast, it starts to get dicey around 2pm. At this point, the forecast calls for scattered thunderstorms, with a 50% chance of precipitation. This jumps to 90% at the 3pm hour. After that, it does not get back down below a 50/50 shot of precipitation until the 7pm hour. You can watch weather.com’s interactive radar projection here.Don't know if they might stall when they get that close to the Atlantic.