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The USGA: Aggressively Raising Slow Play Consciousness

Well, the world of golf has been talking about slow play forever, but most of the talking has been from frustrated golfers voting with their feet. The number of rounds is down significantly. And now the USGA is talking emphatically … Continue reading

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Merion Golf Club: A Very Different U.S. Open

If you’ve been paying attention to the run-up to the U.S. Open at Merion, you know by now that the USGA had decided to bring the Open back to one of it’s most storied venues. The best visual story is … Continue reading

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Anchored Putters: The USGA and R&A Have Decided

The U.S.G.A and the R&A have finally announced their long-expected stance on the issue of “anchored” putters deciding to make the manner of all strokes the same as of January 1, 2016. All of this takes place under “Rule 14 … Continue reading

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Anchored Putters

A new entrant in the debate over the use of long putters entered the fray Tuesday. In Tiger Wood’s media room interview at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, he was asked about the issue. Q.  There was an announcement … Continue reading

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