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Because when people see a death slog like that on tv, that’s what leads them to believe that it’s acceptable, and that’s what leads to the ridiculously slow average time that you refer to...

An eight foot putt does not need to take 2:15, champ. GTFO with this shit. 

I was just about to post this. BD just a total douchebag. His science is complete OCD BS. His calculations regarding his shots are nonsense and have nothing to do with his outcomes. 

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I was just about to post this. BD just a total douchebag. His science is complete OCD BS. His calculations regarding his shots are nonsense and have nothing to do with his outcomes. 

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Christ... That's ridiculous.

2 hours ago, iacas said:

Playing partners should penalize him.

Can they?

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Because of him, I learned Twitter has a 2:20 time limit for videos. I did not know that. 140 seconds. 140 used to be its character limit. Of course he tests Twitter's video time limit.

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https://www.sbnation.com/golf/2019/8/10/20799981/bryson-dechambeau-slow-play-video-pga-tour-rules

This is a good write-up that illustrates what it may take since the PGA is s not going to do anything on its own.

And every forum that highlights the issue helps.

John

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20 minutes ago, leftybutnotPM said:

This might be an occasion where some crowd heckling might be justified. If you were in the gallery it would be pretty hard to keep you thoughts to yourself.

What a pig.

That might give him a reason to start all over again. The Tour really needs to do something, but they probably won't. This is just pure selfishness.

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1 hour ago, 70sSanO said:

https://www.sbnation.com/golf/2019/8/10/20799981/bryson-dechambeau-slow-play-video-pga-tour-rules

This is a good write-up that illustrates what it may take since the PGA is s not going to do anything on its own.

And every forum that highlights the issue helps.

John

Make sure you mean the PGA Tour, a for profit business which masquerades as a 501c3. Their only interest is self-interest. Mega bonuses for their execs and miilions for players and agents. They'll fix NOTHING!

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I've played par 3s, walking, faster than he can MISS a putt. I just don't get it. Do we need to boycott watching them until they do something about it?

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