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That's the bottom tweet, but the whole exchange looks a bit more like this: We've known that professional golfers are often not the most knowledgeable of the Rules, and so this Twitter conversation shouldn't surprise anyone. This topic exists to share stories of pro golfers and the 2019 Rules. That means we might find ourselves discussing a pro golfer screwing something up, talking about the Rules changes, doing something under the 2018 Rules accidentally, whatever. Here's another example: PGA Tour players preparing for new rules, Bryson DeChambeau more than others - Golf Digest I'll pin the topic for now, as I expect the beginning of the year might see a flurry of activity, while I also suspect it will die down by about March or April. Though video of pros putting with the flagsticks in at Augusta National or any other major championship will be particularly fun to see… BTW I recommended to Brittany that she check out RulesGeeks.com. You should as well.
I thought this was interesting from page 3 of the 2019-2020 Tour Handbook and wondered why? The Practice Policy was amended as it relates to practice rounds prior to the pro-am. From the start of each season until the Masters Tournament practice putting and chipping is allowed but full shots are not allowed. After the Masters until the conclusion of the FedExCup Playoffs, practice rounds will resume as normal. https://qualifying.pgatourhq.com/static-assets/uploads/2019-2020-pga-tour-handbook--regs-09_10_19.pdf
Anonymous Pro Survey: Players' unfiltered takes on best, worst of PGA Tour In our latest Anonymous Pro Survey, 52 PGA Tour players spilled their opinions on Tiger, Trump, Brooks vs. Rory, best and worst courses and much more. Thoughts? For example, I think the first two questions were kinda funny. 🙂