Woods reiterates support for one set of rules


DUBLIN, Ohio – Less than 24 hours removed from what was, by most accounts a lively meeting of the PGA Tour’s player advisory council regarding the ban on anchoring, Tiger Woods appeared to voice support for the rule makers and a uniformed set of rules, if not the ban itself.

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“I think we should all be playing by the same rules all around the world,” Woods said at Muirfield Village.

Some suggested during Tuesday’s PAC meeting that it may be time for the Tour to create its own set of rules, but the European Tour supported the ban during the 90-day comment period.