Grantland's new mini-documentary on putt-putt is really good
We highly doubt Grantland's newest mini-documentary on putt-putt will invoke the same controversy as another recent golf article, "Dr. V's Magical Putter" (which they later apologized for), but credit to them, because it's very well done.
We won't ruin the ending for you, but you might be able to extract the gist of the story from the synopsis: there have only been three perfect putt-putt rounds in history, one of them at the 2011 Professional Putters Association Tournament in Richmond, Virginia. Enter Rick Baird, the subject of the documentary who just happens to be talking about that event. . .
You get the idea. And even if you do already know the ending, it really is worth watching: