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    break and roll

    Hi, This is a passage from an interview .

    "I bought this place in 2000 and it was just the house. Everything else was just a dirt hill. I always wanted the gym, the pool, this green. It has some breaks and it rolls pretty true. "

    I don't get the last sentence. What do breaks refer to and what rolls pretty true mean ?

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    Re: break and roll

    It refers to the contours of the putting greens.

    break The way in which the ball will roll or bounce. Also the sideways slope on the green.

    Golf Dictionary by WorldGolf.com


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    Re: break and roll

    Thank you. Now it's clear

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