Hey Charlie, that’s a great first post. Your head seemed steady with a centered turn. I’m not sure where the more golf savvy folks will have you start with your initial priority piece, but I notice your stance is a little narrow and you’re hinging your wrist at the very beginning of your takeaway.
I voted no. Even though I will watch a champions tour event if its on.
The reason I voted no is because I will literally watch any golf they televise. Having said that The Champions Tour ranks dead last for me in terms of interest.
My preference is the PGA tour events.
After that I'd watch LPGA events, then Nationwide events, then college events, then Euro Tour events, then mini tour events, eventually if no other options exist I'll watch the Champions tour. I guess the only event I'd be less likely to watch is the female version of the champions tour... if there is such a thing.
To me, its much easier to find a fault with the rules than it is to come up with a change for the better. So many rules relate to some other rule, and a change to one can throw other things out of balance. If you haven't, I recommend you read the book by Tufts that the article references. Its on sale now for just $1.50 at the USGA website. It hasn't been updated after the 2019 rules changes, but its still pretty relevant in most ways. It really helped me to understand the rules as a complete unit, rather than as a collection of individual circumstances.