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Should the PGA Tour adopt a shot clock?

Plagued by slow play, the European Tour experimented with a shot clock to keep the game moving along. The Shot Clock Masters event was a big success and now, people want the clock to come to the PGA and every major tournament. Some feel the shot clock will make the PGA Tour more entertaining. Others feel the clock is unnecessary and will rush golfers into bad shots. What do you think? 🏌

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Who wants to watch golfers think for 15 minutes before taking a shot? Golf needs the shot clock so rounds can actually end at a decent hour. It was a huge success at the Australian Open where people were still shooting low rounds. There is no excuse for not having it.

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Golf has always been a thinking person's sport. Sometimes it takes more than 50 seconds to play the game right. You need to gauge yardage, wind, slope, and club before performing the shot. A clock will only make golfers rush their decisions so they don't get penalized a stroke. That will result in bad golf. There is no need for a shot clock.

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Sports
Should the PGA Tour adopt a shot clock?
A festive crown for the winner
#PGAShotClock
#DontTimeGolfers