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PGA Tour pros sound off on potential universal golf ball rollback

2023 Hero World Challenge

Tiger Woods joined the PGA Tour in 1996 and has heard some version of the roll-the-ball-back debate ever since. Woods, for one, understands why the governing bodies have decided to enforce a rule change.

“This has been I guess the talk ever since I’ve been out on Tour. And then to finally see it come to this point where I think both governing bodies who control the rules around the world are going to come to a collaborative understanding of how far — we just doesn’t have enough property anymore.

Tiger Woods plays his shot from the third tee during the final round of the Hero World Challenge at Albany Golf Course on December 03, 2023 in Nassau, Bahamas. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

“So I think that understanding that yeah, we’ve been hammering the ball needs to slow down, but it has kept speeding up my entire time on career and here we are.

“I’ve always been for bifurcation. I’ve always said that.

“Just like wood bats and metal bats.

“I haven’t talked to any other player yet. I’m curious to see what the feedback is. I know the PGA Tour had their stance on it, but the ruling bodies are, they’re the ruling bodies.”


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