History of slow-play penalties in majors
stroke slow-play penalty during the final round of the 2010 . Before that, Steve Lowery (2004 PGA, Round 1) and Edward Fryatt (1997 U.S. Open, Round 2) were each penalized for keeping a less-than-acceptable pace. No player has been
Guan penalized for slow play, survives cut
Straights, when Frenchman Gregory Bourdy received a one-shot slow-play penalty. At the U.S. Open in 1997, Edward Fryatt was penalized for slow play in the second round at Congressional. The low 50 scores and ties and anyone within 10
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