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Battling Back
Brendon Todd Seeing Daylight After Dark Stretch
By Ron Green Jr. • May 4, 2019

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA | It took a moment to register, like a hazy memory that won’t quite come into focus.

Brendon Todd’s name was on the leaderboard at the Wells Fargo Championship.

Brendon Todd … hmmm, sounds familiar.

Oh yeah, Brendon Todd, won the 2014 Byron Nelson Championship and was ranked among the top 50 in the world for a while. Nice player. Quiet. Unassuming.

What happened to him?

Read more: Battling Back- Brendon Todd

When I was roaming the fairways of the PGA Tours of the world- as a player- I was always trying new equipment. Searching for that little bit extra that may help give me an advantage over the next guy.

Now as I roam the practice fairways and driving ranges as an instructor- and yes, still roam the fairways of the PGA Tours with some of my players I coach, I again am still  trying to plan out or look for some type of advantage I can gain for the players I help.

That's human nature- to try and evolve and to try and become better.

As a former player and now as a coach I also - just like always- look at golf from the perspective of the course itself.

The golf courses haven't had much opportunity to speak for themselves with the advancement of technology in recent years. Their voices have been muted- with the volume turned down pretty low.

I love all the arguments from all sides.

Read more: The Forgotten Aspect Of Technology & Golf Courses

The long putter debate still raises the temperature of golf aficionados who believe it isn't in the spirit of the game. With good reason really.

After all- is it truly a stroke?

We can't attach a crutch to our driver if we aren't good drivers of the ball. We can't run a stick up the shaft to keep the left wrist from breaking down if we aren't capable of performing the short chips and pitches necessary at the scoring end of each hole.

So how is it that we are able to anchor an extended shaft up the arm to lock it into place or use such a long shafted version of the putter that we can basically lock the top hand still and perform a pendulum with just the bottom hand?

Many of the older generation will remember that when I won the 1993 Australian Masters I did so with the "broomstick" putter. I swept my Titleist in the hole from every which way during a final round 7 under par 66 to ultimately catch Peter Senior in regulation and sneak by him on the first playoff hole.

Truth be told I did hit all 18 greens in regulation that final day so the putting didn't have to be too strong to be rewarded with a low score.

Read more: The Long Putter Debate- Still Rages On