Some of the greens at the Oliva Nova Golf Course in Valencia, Spain are quite large and if you don't chip your shot in close to the hole you are looking at trying to sink a long putt. Lining a putt up of this length can seem impossible sometimes especially depending on the lay of each green.The greens at the Oliva Nova Golf Course in Valencia, Spain are manicured to perfection and sinking a putt of this nature would probably take a couple of strokes off of your game. If you are playing your round of golf and betting on the longest putt of the day, this would definitely be the winner.On this 18 hole golf course in Valencia, Spain you will find that many of the greens require you to putt along the professional level to maintain your score at a decent level. When Seve Ballesteros designed this golf course, he knew exactly how he wanted each green to be laid out so that every putt took some skill.Before you drive your first ball off the first tee box at this magnificent golf course in Valencia, Spain, you should warm up on the practice greens and test out your putting techniques. The weather hardly ever plays a role as you putt as the conditions of the greens are usually extremely dry due to the enormous amount of sunshine in Valencia, Spain.Golf Ball on a putting green at the Oliva Nova Golf Course, Club de Golf Oliva Nova, an 18 hole golf Course in the town of Oliva Nova, Costa Blanca, Valencia, Spain, Europe
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, aperture of f/6.3, exposure time of 1/250 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 16mm.
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