Add Jordan Spieth to the list of doubters.
Bryson DeChambeau’s putting experiment is garnering news in Kapalua this week but it’s another rules revision that caught the "Mad Golf Scientist's" attention on Friday.
Dustin Johnson first victim of rules infraction in 2019, though it is unrelated to the rules changes
It took all of a round-and-a-half for the first rules infraction of 2019 to take place on the PGA Tour. And it involved Dustin Johnson.
Years in the making, the much-talked-about modernised Rules of Golf bring with them an assortment of changes that will impact golfers at all levels.
The several changes to the Rules of Golf were on a lot of players’ minds as the start of the first event of the new year approaches on Thursday.
Though the general premise for the update of the Rules of Golf was to clarify the sport’s notorious ambiguity around its guidelines, let’s be honest: rules language can still be hard to process. Luckily for you, we have everything you need to know about the new rules right here.
The PGA’s affirmation seems to suggest the proposed interpretation will go into effect without many, if any, changes.
By requiring green-reading materials to provide less information, are the USGA and R&A creating more confusion?
The proposed restriction on green-reading materials that golf’s governing bodies announced on Tuesday—which seems to amount to an effective ban on the so-called green books that have become common on professional tours these days—was not met with immediate universal approval.
Under a proposal unveiled on Tuesday, an interpretation of Rule 4.3 (use of equipment) would allow players to still use the materials but would restrict some of the data the materials can provide as well as the materials size.
Phil Mickelson’s brush with the rule book got him in hot water at Shinnecock Hills. Unlike his actions at the U.S. Open, however, Mickelson’s latest snafu was self-enforced.
During Saturday’s coverage of the Travelers Championship, cameras caught Bryson DeChambeau employing a compass during his walk around TPC River Highlands.