The Trouble With Ball Marks, According To A Superintendent
- Category: Inside Golf
- Published: 2022-03-08
An unfortunate number of golfers neglect repairing ball marks, or perform it incorrectly, driving a superintendent batty.
GOLF.com’s Josh Sens talks to Jeremy Hreben, superintendent at Indian Spring Country Club, in New Jersey, and a longtime member of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America.
As Hreben sees it, an unfixed ball mark is a sign of disrespect to maintenance staff, who work long and hard to spit-shine course conditions.