Still this is a fight worth having. Ever since Ben Hogan beat Sam Snead for POY in 1950 it’s been contentious. Hogan won exactly once that year — but it just happened to be his post-accident U.S. Open at Merion. Snead won 11 times won the Vardon for low scoring average and more — but no majors. It wasn’t enough for the voters.
Again I stand with Joe. It’s a sensible and needed rule. It’s odd that the person who got caught in its netting is the most affable well-rounded and caring player among the big names. But even Spieth must understand that a rule is a rule and this is a needed one.
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