USGA upset by slow play
The United States Golf Association announced Saturday that the governing body will focus its efforts on combating slow play by turning its resources this year toward ending what's considered by many as a major threat to the game in modern times.
At its annual meeting in San Diego, USGA president Glen D. Nager outlined a five-prong approach with the goal of speeding up play at both the professional and amateur levels.
"The cry that pace of play has become one of the most significant ...
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