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The policy, which also allows for such devices to be used at the Women’s PGA Championship and Senior PGA Championship, will debut with the May 20 23 PGA Championship that will be played at the Ocean Course in Kiawah Island, South Carolina.”We’re always interested in methods that may help improve the flow of play during our Championships,” PGA of America President Jim Richerson said in a statement.”The use of distance measuring devices is already common within the game and is now a part of the Rules of Golf. Players and caddies have long used them during practice rounds to gather relevant yardages.”According to the PGA of America, the devices allowed can report only on distance and direction.The rule could mean players and caddies spend less time figuring out tricky yardages as they give competitors the ability to zero in on a flagstick or other object in the distance to get a more precise measurement.The use of such devices had previously been allowed in practice rounds but never during competition on the sport’s biggest tours or at its major tournaments.World number 49 Will Zalatoris, who will be seeking his fifth top 10 finish of the PGA Tour season at this week’s AT Pebble Beach Pro Am, said he favoured the new rule.”I’m hoping it helps, I’m all for whatever makes the game faster,” Zalatoris told reporters. “I don’t really see a downside to it.”Share this article in your social network Share this Story: PGA Championship to allow use of distance measuring devices Copy Link Email Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr Story continues belowThis advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below.LFP Noon Round Up Newsletter Sign up to receive a curated collection of links and highlights from our award winning breaking news coverage, in depth analysis and unmatched investigative features at lunchtime weekdays..
Last week on the Clog, we got to sit down and talk with UC Berkeley’s own Electronic Sports Club president, Conan “Suppy” Liu. Through it, we got to find out some very interesting things about the competitive gaming community in Berkeley and what it takes to be a professional gamer. Definitely check it out if you haven’t already..