Berkshire

World “long-ball” champion Kyle Berkshire poses for the camera during a round of golf at the Rochelle Ranch Golf Course in Rawlins last Thursday.

RAWLINS – In golf, the foreboding short game has claimed the lives of many formerly prospering, low-handicap shooters. Doesn’t matter how far you bash your ball down the fairway, your last drive is only as good as your next chip. Your last chip is only as good as your next putt.

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