You've got it all wrong, predictably. This NOT the "answer". You've already got that.
This has nothing to do with what you want to know, (despite being told immediately what the answer was).
This is about testing balls for compliance, not how to make sure that some silly weekend golfer doesn't find himself playing in the Masters because he kept a golf ball in his glovebox. Get a grip.
Well even if he did try to gain more distance I don’t really think that would mess his swing up. That would be more about fitness or even shaft changes maybe for driver. Trying to change a fade to a draw may cause some swing faults that need fixing but I don’t think someone at that level simply trying to gain more distance would cause such a disruption to his game.