Monday, April 10, 2017
People illegally shooting near Verrado golf course (Phoenix, AZ)
The Buckeye Police Department has received several calls regarding shooting toward the new Victory at Verrado Golf Course, north of Indian School Road between Verrado Way and Tuthill Road, according to a post on the department’s Facebook page.
During a recent incident, several golfers had to take shelter behind a bathroom to avoid being shot.
Four people found shooting toward the golf course face endangerment and weapon-related charges, and their guns were seized.
Police have received several reports of people shooting in the desert area along Tuthill between Missouri and Maryland avenues into a 20-foot berm facing the golf course, the post states.
Tuthill Road and the fifth hole at the golf course are less than 400 feet apart, and signs are posted in the area stating no trespassing, no shooting and no hunting is allowed.
on the 1st replay hole looking at his putt?
holding one finger up at the putt?
i am so happy for SER-GI-O!
mr science explains . . .
I didn't see it, but the new green-reading technique is called
aimpoint. http://www.aimpointgolf.com/ The idea is that no matter
where you are around the hole, there is a single point on the green at
which you need to aim the putt (where it would go if it were straight).
So, if that point is a foot north of 12 oçlock, then from 3:00 or 9:00
you play 1 foot of break, from 3 feet above the hole you hit it 2 feet,
and from 3 feet below the hole you hit it 4 feet. Finding that point is
complex, but in aimpoint express you guess the slope of the green in
degrees, and if it's 1 degree you hold up 1 finger so that the hole is
on one side of your finger, and you hit the ball at a point on the other
side. If you think it's 2 degrees, you hold up 2 fingers, etc. On fast
greens you can't have more than about 2 degrees of slope at the pin, or
the ball won't stop.