or whatever this first fall season classic is called.
I respect the play of everyone on Tour, but Kevin Na and Ben Crane need to pull the trigger. This slow play thing is getting out of hand. I know Crane is apologetic, but it really steams me when people play slow, almost on purpose and say they don’t care and everyone who doesn’t like it can screw themselves.
It also brings me to how most courses don’t enforce pace of play because they might offend that customer and they might not come back. What about the 150 people in the groups behind that have work to do and families they want to see and don’t want to spend 15 minutes on every tee waiting to hit?
If you are on a two lane road driving under the speed limit and impeding traffic, you get a ticker for that. It only takes one self centered golfer, taking themselves way too seriously to hold up the whole course.
On the Tour, every rule is set in stone to the point that people call violations on themselves. Why is the pace of play rule implemented so leniently? I don’t see Jim Furyk calling a 2-shot penalty on himself for baking off every putt twice.
I know, I know, I am a redundant jerk. Such is life.
Anyway, why is that one rule not enforced with the fervor of every other rule?
Probably because Tiger plays slow, they can’t penalize him and it would be unfair to do it to everyone else.
What can you say about Paul Goydos? He would probably agree with my rant above about slow play. I played with Paul a few times and he is hilarious. He is proof you don’t have to have a perfect move or even a good move to play great golf. As long as you can square the club.
I always like seeing Tim Herron play well. Funny guy, good guy and not the same robot looking dork walking down the fairway with hat pulled down and no personality. Played with him a few times and he was my partner in a shootout. Always enjoyable. Bummer he doubled 16 when he had a shot.
Hunter Haas…71, 61, 72, 64…LOL. Sounds like something I would do.
Here comes Tiger.