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Initial reaction to golf ball rollback outlined

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Neither an alternative elite golf ball nor bifurcation favored. M. James Ward analyzes the pathway ahead. The USGA and R&A take center stage with plenty at stake for the sport overall.
Initial reaction to golf ball rollback outlined

Drawing lines in the sand blown away by timidity and time

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The need for an elite golf ball for certain competitions could have been alleviated if the USGA and R&A acted sooner. M. James Ward outlines how the proverbial horse left the barn years ago and what that now means.
Drawing lines in the sand blown away by timidity and time

Rory McIlroy backs ‘unpopular’ shorter ball proposal with majors on his mind

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The Northern Irishman said he could choose to play it in PGA Tour tournaments even if not adopted on the US circuit.
McIlroy backs shorter ball proposal with majors on his mind

Golf's 'Dirty Word' Unveiled

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The USGA and R&A golf ball announcement could prompt a major civil war among the sport's key stakeholders. M. James Ward examines the possible ramifications and what's likely to shake
Golf's "Dirty Word" Unveiled

Justin Thomas: Prospect of shorter ball being used in elite competition ‘so bad’

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The R&A and USGA announced the proposal of a Model Local Rule to give tournament organisers an option to use balls which travel around 15 yards less.
Justin Thomas in action

Governing bodies aim to ‘bring the game along with us’ in shorter ball proposal

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Advances in fitness and golf equipment technology have seen players hit the ball further and further in recent years.
Martin Slumbers during a press conference

R&A and USGA propose rule to bring in option of using distance-reducing ball

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The Model Local Rule (MLR) is intended for use only in elite competitions and, if adopted, will have no impact on recreational golf.
Golf's governing bodies have proposed a new local rule to give tournament organisers the option to require the use of a distance-reducing ball

A Masters Golf Ball… far-fetched or far-reaching?

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Much has been said and written regarding the issue of modern-day golf balls flying so far. However M James Ward has a radical solution to this ‘problem'
A Masters Golf Ball

Behind the Architectural Curtain

Posted 2 years ago
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2021 U.S. Open / Torrey Pines. Part 1
Architecture - US Open 2021 - Torrey Pines

Behind the Architectural Curtain

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2021 U.S. Open / Torrey Pines. Part 2

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