Sure you can. You can't win from WAY into the rough, though.
He hit it once the entire tournament.
The British Open is not the Honda Classic, though, my man.
Tiger wants to play "the right way." And these events, while important, are not as important to him as one in April, one in June, one in July, and one in August.
Same here, I have my grandfather's clubs on display in my den too. They're all hickory shafted except the steel shafted Two Wood he used as a driver. I've never played them for fear of breaking the shafts, but I once played 18 with his putter. It's probably got 7* of loft.
It seems to me the line is fairly clearly drawn.
You can have a ball that's any color you like, so long as the "color" or properties of how it looks is not influenced in the manner of the glow balls that need to be "charged" up. The glow balls then produce their OWN light, they don't just reflect existing light.
Some Volvik balls are really bright. But they aren't across the line of where you can charge them so they literally produce their OWN light.
P.S. So even if you just rely on the "sun" to "charge" your glow balls, the point is they're still producing their own luminescence.