But even at 44% it tells you the players are not really doing their jobs calling out other players when they see a violation. To say you have witnessed cheating but then to do nothing about it yourself is itself a form of cheating — at the very least it means you’re not doing your job.
Woods sure rolled it beautifully just a couple of weeks ago at the PGA. Putting is a fickle thing. Who knows. Maybe eyesight is an issue. Unlike many others Woods presumably has excellent healthcare coverage so it would be easy enough to find out and possibly worth it. A quick trip to the eye doctor just before the Masters sure did wonders for Patrick Reed.
After failing to play his way into the Tour Championship Jordan Spieth now faces a punishment from the PGA Tour. His penancea $20k fine and/or a three-tournament suspension. Because Spieth didn’t qualify for East Lake he will violate the PGA Tour’s scheduling rule that mandates Tour members either play a new tournament (one they haven’t played in four years) or tee it up in 25-plus events. Spieth has done neither in the 2017-18 season.