The world’s best golfers have been advised to “utilize your voice helpfully” as players and administering bodies keep on conflicting over new principles.
American trio Brooks Koepka, Justin Thomas and Rickie Fowler have been especially reproachful of the changes.
The tenets, went for accelerating play, incorporate failing from knee stature and caddies not arranging shots.
PGA Tour manager Jay Monahan focused on the continuous discussion around principle changes is a “shared procedure”.
There has been supporting for the progressions from a few major name players, including Europe’s triumphant 2018 Ryder Cup chief Thomas Bjorn and his successor Padraig Harrington.