You've got a few issues with the ribs for appearance. Your greens look ok, you want a firm lawn to putt from so be sure the greens are in there tight. Second, your ribs do not compliment each other. On the bottom row it looks as if there are two ends on the ends facing in and two mids between them. Try to pick ribs as a group. Four center ribs, cut cleanly and then layed in order on the putting green. I would have the back ribs be wider than the front, with the front ribs having the best finished look to them. Sauce appears a bit gloppy and a more even color would be helpful. Good luck, a great start...gotta start somewhere. Scott
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