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Mon, 11 Dec 2017 14:53:03 GMT
For years, viewers at home could tattle on professional golfers if they violated the rules, costing them tournament wins and even paychecks. Those days are over.
Mon, 11 Dec 2017 13:48:56 GMT
There are lots of stupid rules out there. Aggressively pointless rules; rules that seem to exist not to solve any problems, but simply to make things more complicated. Golf had the king of those kind of rules, but finally — mercifully — it’ll soon be no more. Starting on January 1st 2018, the USGA will end the practice of allowing viewers at home to call-in penalties on players. It’s part of a two-part solution that golf’s governing bodies announced on Monday: Assign one or more officials to monitor the video broadcast of a competition to help identify and resolve Rules issues as they arise Discontinue any steps to facilitate or consider viewer call-ins as part of the Rules decision process Viewer
Sun, 10 Dec 2017 21:17:12 GMT
Sean O'Hair made eagle on the par-5 17th hole and teamed with Steve Stricker for an 8-under 64 to win the QBE Shootout over Graeme McDowell and Shane Lowry. O'Hair and Stricker had a one-shot lead playing the 17th hole in the better-ball format Sunday at Tiburon Golf Club. O'Hair sealed the victory with an approach that settled 12 feet away for eagle. Lowry and McDowell each came up short and had to settle for par, falling three shots behind. McDowell birdied the 18th as the Irish duo shot 66 to finish two shots behind. It was the second time O'Hair and Stricker won the event but the first as partners. Stricker previously won in 2009 with Jerry Kelly, while O'Hair won in 2012 with Kenny Perry.
Mon, 11 Dec 2017 22:54:35 GMT
PA, with Niall Seewang Australian golfer Mark Hensby has been suspended for a year after failing to provide a drug testing sample. The 46-year-old will not be eligible to return until late October, 2018. In a statement, the PGA Tour said: "The PGA Tour announced today that Mark Hensby has violated the PGA Tour Anti-Doping Policy for failing to provide a drug testing sample after notification, and has been suspended for a period of one year. "He will be eligible to return on October 26, 2018. "The Tour will have no further comment on the suspension at this time." Questions linger regarding Hensby's playing status. His most recent Tour appearance was in October at the Sanderson Farms Championship.
Mon, 11 Dec 2017 12:14:06 GMT
Dec 11 (Gracenote) - Race to Dubai rankings
1. (1) Wade Ormsby (Australia)
2. (16) Shubhankar Sharma (India)
3. (2) Dylan Frittelli (South Africa)
4. Cameron Smith (Australia)
5. (3) Paul Peterson (U.S.)
England’s Danny Willett overtook his countrymen Luke Donald and Ross Fisher to win the Nedbank Golf Challenge in Sun City, South Africa by four shots.
Tiger Woods returned to golf with some sweet swings and some flubbed chips. Our roundtable on Tiger’s rust, Jordan Spieth’s amazing run and Keegan Bradley benching the belly putter.
Jordan Spieth annihilated the field at the Hero World Challenge for his second-straight win, while tournament host Tiger Woods found reasons to be pleased with his last-place finish in his first start since the PGA Championship, writes Cameron Morfit.
Three-time major winner Padraig Harrington won the Asian Tour's Indoneasian Open on Sunday, ending a four-year drought, according to The Guardian.
Staked to a seven-shot lead, Spieth blew away an elite field at Isleworth and set two tournaments records Sunday when he closed with a 6-under 66 for a 10-shot victory over Henrik Stenson.
Tiger Woods looked better each day at the Hero World Challenge, his first event since the PGA Championship, but short-game miscues left him in last place Sunday afternoon at even-par.
While her uncle Tiger was struggling through his first tournament in four months at the Hero World Challenge, Cheyenne Woods locked up her 2015 LPGA Tour Card.
Bradley's Switch to Short Putter Pays Off
John Daly Gets First Pro Win in 10 Years
Tiger Woods threw up during his third round at the Hero World Challenge, but refused to quit, posting a 3-under 69. "Not bad, I’m only 15 back," he joked after his best round of the tournament, which included six birdies but also some chunked chip shots.