It is worth noting that the new rule 4.2(a)2 differs from the old Decision 14-3/13.5 in that the decision distinguished between warming before and during a round, whereas the rule says it is illegal whenever the ball's performance characteristics have been deliberately altered,
The advert is correct in that the rule has been revised but not in the way they say
Most doctors are not self employed. And we don’t have to follow rules by the AMA even if we are. Our rules are to do no harm. No entity ‘controls’ us. The AMA have zero control over us. Sorry, poor example.
Nothing compares with the magnitude of cheating over an entire season, including the playoffs, resulting in winning the World Series.
I could envision someone incorporating electronics that go undetected. Not exactly the Rodney Dangerfield putter, but some unfair advantage.
However, if someone was able to cheat throughout the season, end up number one and win the Tour Championship/Fedex Cup there would be more than a slap on the wrist.