I think I was the other way around. He placed three different clubs behind the ball before deciding to hit 3W. Kostis stated ‘ that shot wouldn’t have been possible from the original lie I saw.’ Something like that.
This is one of the big ones for me why it is a good thing. I think every event has some sort of charity giving, and millions every time. Other tours follow suit, sure, but the PGA Tour definitely is setting the bar. The amount of people it helps beats out PoP concerns every time.
I think this is where the tension is at the moment, with the Premier Golf League thing. The PGA Tour has control over what tournaments their members play in. It's a pickle. One side, it's a fraternity, these guys travel around together, pull pranks, do things outside of golf. There are tournaments nearly every week throughout the year so that any level of member has a chance to play. Most of the time, the members can play in other events, I assume so long as other commitments are fulfilled. But there comes the other side of which, how much control should there be. Rory recently said that he doesn't want to be told what to do and have autonomy, over why he won't go to PGL. But the PGA Tour can tell him what to do in a way. Lose membership or pay a fine for doing something or not doing something, like playing in a specific number of events each year. But, then, I go back and think that the PGA Tour has provided so many opportunities for these guys to showcase themselves and play with and against the best players routinely. I don't think the PGA Tour is asking for a lot from these guys.
PGA Tour is a good thing. Every organization has a few flaws, but they can also grow and improve.