I disagree. Since match play came first in the chronology of the game, to make such a change would be totally discarding the purest form of golf. If you want to simplify the game, forget about stroke play just play match play. You immediately eliminate 90% of the complexity of sorting through the rules. Don't know a procedure? Ask your opponent, come to an agreeable decision between you as best you know how, then play on. It doesn't even matter that you made a decision which is contrary to the rules as long you didn't agree to ignore the rule. What can be simpler? Once the hole is finished and you have played from the next tee, that previous hole is history. Its conclusion can never again be changed unless a claim has been lodged prior to the next tee shot. Makes no difference if the camera caught some fractional movement of the ball in high def. End of discussion.