PGA Tour reviewing pace-of-play policy amid Bryson DeChambeau controversy

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The PGA Tour announced Sunday in a release that it will take a deeper look at its current pace-of-play policies.

Slow play has been at the forefront throughout this week’s Northern Trust, where Bryson DeChambeau received a dousing of criticism after videos posted to Twitter show an excessive amount of time on two different shots.

The Tour cited ‘recent incidents’ as its reason to review the policy, which previously applied only to groups who have fallen out of position. Now the Tour is looking into all players who take an excessive amount of time, even if their group is in position.

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“We know that the individual habits of players when they are preparing to hit a shot can quickly become a focal point in today’s world, and our players and fans are very passionate about this issue,” PGA Tour Chief of Operations Tyler Dennis said….

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