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At BYOB BRATS, I realized that whenever someone dueces before everyone is done putting, there is a universal stride to the basket. It reflects satisfaction, relief, respect, and immediate pride. There seems to be universal mannerisms, anybody else observe or observe this trend?

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I've noticed it. It doesn't happen just after deuces- it might be a great par save. In addition to what you suggested, I think it's an instinctive way the body releases the adrenaline, or whatever, that builds up while you're watching and anticipating. For me, since it happens so infrequently, it's a way for my body to make sure my heart is still beating. I like the term ' deuce jogging', or 'deuce jog'.
Hmm... I read the title and immediately thought of something completely different.. Funny how my mind works.
I see that a lot. but you don't see the world class pros do it quite as often. You will never see Tiger Woods running to the cup. In tournament play, you can use that little trip to clear the chains to your advantage. Take your time, you knew that put was going in the whole time right!! Let your compitition squirm a little.
Me to.

Maybe a #1 is "Ace Sprinting"
An older well know Pro Master told me one time after jogging up to the basket after a big putt. "Don't do that, walk up and take smaller steps, it makes the other cards think it was bigger putt than it really was. :)

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