Putts 4 Dough – The Masters Competition


The Masters has always signalled the start of the golfing season over here.  Yeah sure we all have a crack at winter league but is it really fun to have 5 layers of Galvin Greens, two gloves, a rain hat and not even be able to hit the ball very far before it gets covered in mud.

Not really.

Bring on Augusta, the azaleas, the crystal clear ponds, the bridge, the colour and the great golf worth staying up late for.  It may only be 14 degrees outside but if the sun shines we are out and we are golfing in shorts.

To mark the start of the season, Twenty2Scratch is running a competition called ‘Putts 4 Dough’.  The best putter of Masters week could well walk off with the Green Jacket, so to recognise the importance of putting, the first prize being a choice of any putter currently available in major retailers.  Simple as that.  If you win you can go online and tell me what is your dream putter and I will go ahead and source it and get it delivered directly to your door.

What would you choose?  A Scotty Cameron?  A PING?  A TaylorMade Spider?  It’s totally up to you.


All you have to do to enter is simple.  Guess who will win The Masters, 2017.  Simple.  Here is how you do it:

  • Comment on one of Twenty2Scratch social media posts about the competition (Instagram, Facebook or Twitter – links on the homepage) the name of who you think will win The Masters 2017.
  • Tag in 3 of your friends on that social media platform
  • Follow this blog using your email to sign up on the homepage.

That is it.  That is all you have to do.  Multiple entries are allowed (as long as you tag 3 different friends every time) and to qualify you MUST have signed up to follow this blog directly using your email to receive email notifications of future posts.

Competition closes Midday GMT of Sunday 9th April 2017 before the final round commences.  Any entries after that cannot be counted.  The only caveat is that it cant be a random custom putter.  I can see someone wanting one made of diamond!   It has to be a commercially available putter in most regular golf shops.  As a benchmark I will use the American Golf online catalogue unless there is a special request at my discretion.

Any questions just comment below.   Good luck!

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