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1995 Glen Day is penalised one shot for "pace of play violation" following the third round of the Honda Classic, the last time any player incurred a stroke penalty for slow play on the PGA Tour. Playing with eventual champion Mark O'Meara, their round took more than four hours (!) to complete, and O'Meara complained of having to wait on every shot for his partner. Day's score was adjusted from his actual 71 to 72, and he finished 24th in the event. Day was known on tour as 'All Day' because of his slowness, although he improved his pace somewhat in subsequent years, seeing his nickname changed to 'Half Day'.

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