Found July 30, 2013 on Sports-Glory:

Golf legend Jack Nicklaus believes today’s ball is to blame for slow play. “The main culprit (in) slow play, to me, is the golf ball and the distance the golf ball goes,” Nicklaus said to Kathy Bissell of Bleacher Report. “Golf, it used to take three hours, three and a half hours, British Open, you used to play the last round in three hours or less. Today they take 

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