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USA Today Sports The U.S. Golf Association and The R&A, golf’s governing bodies, announced Tuesday four noteworthy revisions to the “Decisions on the Rules of Golf,” most notably the use of high definition digital recordings to determine infractions. The change to the rule would have saved Tiger Woods two strokes in this year’s BMW Championship. “New Decision 18/4 provides that, where enhanced technological evidence (e.g. HDTV, digital recording or online visual media, etc.) shows that a ball has left its position and come to rest in another location, the ball will not be deemed to have moved if that movement was not reasonably discernible to the naked eye at the time.” The revisions are effective Jan. 1, 2014. “The Rules of Golf are constantly evolving,” said Thomas Pagel, USGA senior director of the Rules of Golf. “The Decisions review process is an opportunity for The R&A and the
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Tiger Woods was penalized back in September during the BMW Championship in Chicago.
The USGA and R&A announced today that the rule that penalizes players when ball movement can be detected only by enhanced technology according to the Global Post. This is the same rule that hit Tiger Woods in September during the BMW Championship in Chicago when the ball moved when he was moving...
Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn at the Broncos-Chiefs game on Sunday night. Thanks to Fox Sports for the photo. It Seems that Tiger Woods has been dealing with some injuries lately and the same thing seems to be happening with his superstar girlfriend Lindsey Vonn who is injured for the second time this year and around an important time as the Winter Olympics is not far off. Reports...
At the heart of golf lies integrity.
It's always been so, in good part because of necessity.
There is simply no realistic way to police the Rules of Golf other than to rely on the honor of the Tiger who ventures into the woods.
And thus golf has a long history - and a reputation well-earned - for being a gentleman's game.
There's no despicable diving in the penalty...
Tiger Woods and his girlfriend Lindsay Vonn were on the sideline in Denver before the Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs game on Sunday night. They were photographed talking with John Elway, and I’m sure Elway and Tiger were talking about Stanford’s disappointing loss to USC on Saturday night.
As many professional sports use or are moving towards using video replay to confirm or overturn official rulings, the game of golf is moving in the opposite direction.
The U.S. Golf Association and the Royal & Ancient Golf Club addressed the issue of video technology when they announced several rules changes on Tuesday. Starting in 2014, golfers will no longer be penalized if...
Golf took another stand against video evidence Tuesday by announcing a new decision that would not penalize a player whose ball moves at rest if the movement is only detected by enhanced pictures.
It was the second time in the last two years that the U.S. Golf Association and Royal & Ancient have established new guidelines involving video.
The next edition of ''Decisions...
Peyton Manning may not be the most famous athlete on the sidelines at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
Tiger Woods and his girlfriend, Lindsey Vonn, were spotted on the Broncos’ sideline in Denver to take in Sunday night’s game against the Chiefs. Neither athlete is wearing any team gear, so it’s not clear if they’re fans of the home team or not.
Woods took in the...
Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn joined the crowd at Mile High on Sunday night. The sports world's most famous couple was spotted on the Denver Broncos' sideline at Sports Authority Field before the game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Before the AFC West rivals kicked off on "Sunday Night Football," Vonn and Woods could be seen chatting with John Elway at the big ticket...
Ranking all 32 NFL teams, from the Mile High and mighty Denver Broncos to the rock bottom Jacksonville Jaguars.1. Broncos (9-1) Tiger Woods, Lindsey...
When Lindsey Vonn and Colorado are mentioned in the same sentence, one would probably start thinking about a thick blanket of snow in the Rocky Mountains. When Tiger Woods and […]