Rules official clears Todd’s putter hold after miss
ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. – Brendon Todd’s 8-under 62 Saturday at the RSM Classic was almost great.
Todd, who leads by two in his mission to win his third successive occasion, was sans intruder for the afternoon, hitting 14 of 14 fairways and 17 of 18 greens in guideline. He had nine one-putts.
The main time things turned out poorly to design was on the 14th gap, however his worry had nothing to do with his swing or his game.
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Todd barely missed his 11- footer for birdie and quickly saw a major issue with his putter.
“I sort of ran my hands down the pole in dissatisfaction,” he said. “There’s this elastic end to the hold that I surmise is moved up and it can move down, so I moved it down on mishap and I simply needed to ensure that wouldn’t be a non-acclimating club in the event that I moved it back up, or putted with it down.”
Todd brought over a standards official who educated him his putter was all the while acclimating and that he could keep utilizing it.