You have to love the good, old rules of the game. Some might say we were well overdue for our annual refresher course. It seems at least once per season we are reminded just how rigid these rules can be. Whether it's Brian Davis calling a two-stroke penalty on himself or Zach Johnson forgetting to move his mark back to his original spot, these rules, for better or worse, are the backbone of the game. They are meant to keep players in line and, for the most part, they are necessary. Like them or not, you can't argue with the penalty ...
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