Snider & Day - 5/27/03
Dan Snider & Glen Day - 5/27/03
Grey Goose 19th Hole: Any quick fixes to slow play?
Well, there's been one guy docked strokes since Dillard Pruitt got docked in '91-- at the '92 Nelson and that's Glen Day a couple of years later and it hasn't happened since. So, you know, pros get away with it and he's exactly right
Munoz last one standing at Match Play
because there are timings and they are actually quite exact. -PGA Tour has not given out a slow play penalty since 1995, Glen Day , the LPGA is a little bit tougher, they handed out five penalties a year ago and a couple already this year. None more
Question: Correcting Heel Shots
Year Dan Snider and PGA Tour winner Glen Day . These gentlemen are long time friends ..... history of the game. It also put Glen Day in the champion circle. Just imagine ..... happy to have with us Dan Snider and Glen Day , one of his students. Welcome to
Love highlights six-way tie at FedEx St. Jude Classic
found himself tied for the overnight lead with the eclectic mix of Nathan Green, Harris English, , Martin Flores, and Glen Day . Green is making just his fifth start on the PGA Tour this year. Splitting his time between here and the Web.com Tour
English leads FedEx St. Jude Classic to weekend
at 4 under led by , as the former captain searches for his 21 st career win and his first since 2008. He is tied with , Glen Day , Justin Hicks, . Defending champion posted scores of 67-70 and will enter the weekend in a share of 11 th place
Last time slow play stroke penalty enforced was 1995
Turns out it was Glen Day – not Dillard Pruitt – who was the last PGA Tour player to be penalized a stroke for slow play.
U.S. Open local qualifying results
Drew Evans - DALLAS, TEXAS 66 Zack Fischer - WAKE VILLAGE, TEXAS 66 (a) Mark Bartlett - LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 68 A - Glen Day - LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 68 A - Bob Ralston - LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 68 05/07/13 LA QUINTA, CALIF. - ANDALUSIA COUNTRY
Guan needs to pick up birdies, pace at Zurich
Asked if he had any concerns about slow play this week (no player has been docked a penalty stroke for slow play since Glen Day in 1995), Guan said, “I think my routine is not too bad. I probably have to make a decision quicker on windy days
History of slow-play penalties in majors
keeping a less-than-acceptable pace. No player has been penalized for slow play in a PGA Tour event in 18 years, since Glen Day at the 1995 . (Guan was born three years later.) Dillard Pruitt also was docked a stroke at the 1992 Byron Nelson Championship
Talking slow play and deer-antler spray
the first timed violation results in a warning, the second in a one-stroke sanction. The last time that happened? Glen Day in 1995. Any player put on the clock 10 times over the course of a season is fined $20,000, but again, without any
Slow play plagues Monday finish at Torrey Pines
added Woods' caddie Joe LaCava after the round. "It took forever out there." Nearly 18 years have now passed since Glen Day received the last penalty stroke doled out by the Tour for slow play, assigned to him at the 1995 Honda Classic. During
Q-School, Stage Two: Who's in, who's out
transplant recipient Erik Compton (8 under) will play at PGA West, as will former PGA Tour winners Len Mattiace and Glen Day (6 under). Who's out: After a run at this year's U.S. Open, John Peterson (3 under) will not move on, nor
PGA Tour Q-School second stage: Panama City Beach, Fla.
T12 Stefan Wiedergruen -6 72 71 69 66 278 T12 Len Mattiace -6 68 68 70 72 278 T12 Lee Bedford -6 73 63 69 73 278 T12 Glen Day -6 67 69 68 74 278 T12 Chris Parra -6 66 69 67 76 278 T12 Gavin Coles -6 67 66 70 75 278 19 Scott Langley -5 71 70
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