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  • Heck, each year after the Open, some media member is able to get a player to rip into the USGA, saying how unfair it is to play when the course is set up with greens reading 13 on the stimp meter or or thick rough topping out at 8 inches.

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  • The greens will run at tour speed -- 11 on the stimp - meter -- any faster, according to

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  • I seem to remember that here in Houston or Texas they're often 11½ on the stimp meter, which is more to my liking.

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  • On average we play maybe greens around 10-10 ½ (on the stimp meter).

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  • Greens were running about ten on the stimp, so fast but true.

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  • He grew up at Victoria Golf Club in Australia right across the street from Royal Melbourne, so he's comfortable on greens running 13 on the stimp (meter). "

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  • In golf, a measurement of how fast the greens are, as determined by use of a Stimpmeter. The higher the stimp, the faster the greens.

    October 29, 2008