Wasn't there a rule change this year about standing behind a player during their setup or while making a stroke?
Only in Four Ball?
This often occurs during a putt, and sometimes a partner assists a partners alignment.
Driver/long game is king.
But 'worst' short/putting, like worse than my 13 year old who putts off the green from 10 feet most times? Yeah no. 'Worst in the world' of anything would have me looking for a different sport.
We play a game called "Deuce Game" It's basically a 9 hole evening event.
Players play from various markers setup on course 80- 160 yards.
Players Handicaps determine position of play.
HC - 15 or greater - 80 - 100 yds.
HC - 14 - 8, 110 - 130 yds.
HC - 7 or less, 140 - 160 yds.
Any player who scores 2 or less on any hole qualifies to win.
Players can qualify for multiple wins.
Payouts are based on Entry Purse / Qualifiers (Basically a Skins Payout)
It's a popular game due to it's an evening after work event, guys have ample time to enjoy a few barley pops,
and timeframe to play is usually around an hour.
We generally play in groups of 6-8 per hole with a shot gun start.
I am sure bit of coaching for ball placement from an experienced player like Els is very valuable on this course.
Lot of feeder alleys both on fairways and greens. Very similar to Augusta, where you gotta shot shape and place for best angles into greens and uphill putts. Sideways and downhill putts are just brutal. Younger guys want to pipe them out there and throw darts so bit of guidance would go a long way here. Els seems really dialed into the details.