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Comment from: Jim Multerer [Visitor]
I agree completely with your assessment. Golf is an honorable activity and, as such, a golfer's word should be considered.
Now, if 'they' insist on assessing a penalty, at least make it a one stroke penalty and not a two stroke penalty. Inadvertent ball movement (or moving one grain of sand) does not deserve the same penalty as a blatant offense like actually grounding your club in the sand.
07/19/16 @ 09:40

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