Not at all. I said the ambiguity is still there. And if you look at 11.2 and 10.2, neither say "DQ."
No, it's not. It's about Phil. Again, it's in Tour Talk, not Rules of Golf.
Start a new topic in the appropriate forum, please.
Oh come on now @iacasyour post #204 certainly suggested that. And since this thread is all about rules, it's kind of hard to stay clear of that. I'm trying to discuss how a change to the rules would be more fair and less subjective should this ever happen again. Do you want to discuss that or just continue to express your opinion of Phil's integrity, whether he deflected or stroked the ball, is on your player shit list, etc.?
Number 26. Lansing Michigan 06/15/2018. I went to school and played golf at Michigan State University (MSU), the Spartans. MSU has two courses, Forest Akers East and West. I played the East course, the easier of the two, according to the workers there. Played from the back tees, 6432 yards, slope 70.5/127. I arrived in Lansing late Thursday evening from St Paul. The course was closing and I was told that Friday's schedule was full, but to come back early Friday morning and I might get out ahead of the crowd. I arrived early, they were just unlocking the gates. I met some of the workers, including the starter, Jerry. He just recently resumed playing golf, but was a low handicap golfer in his young days. I've been fortunate with my random selection of the courses I'm playing. This was a nice looking course, but Jerry said the west looks much better. It may be the easier of the two but I still got off to a slow start, 46 on the front, played better on the back with a 40, total 86. I think I'll play better now that the weather is warmer, the way I like it , and I'm not driving so far between cities.
My laptop is working. All it needed was the right password. The one big negative of todays electronic life is TOOO many passwords.