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  • Associated Press Steve Stricker always thought it was a long shot, and he recently was reminded that the USGA is tight when it comes to special exemptions for the U.S. Open. "I wrote them quite a while back and asked for one, and they politely called me and declined," Stricker said. The U.S. Open will be played in Wisconsin this year for the first time -- June 15-18 at Erin Hills, a little more than an hour east of where Stricker lives in Madison. Stricker is a 12-time winner on the PGA Tour who reached as high as No. 2 in the world. He didn't think that was enough to warrant a special exemption, but his brother-in-law and agent, Mario Tiziani, told him it was worth a shot. The U.S. Open gave
  • IRVING, Texas – The new Rules of Golf decision limiting video evidence left a lot of LPGA pros scratching their heads. They walked away from Tuesday’s news unsure how the USGA and R&A’s new standards will be applied to rules infractions discovered via video and whether this new decision would have helped Lexi Thompson avoid the penalties that derailed her bid to win the ANA Inspiration three weeks ago. “There’s more gray area than clear definition,” two-time major champion Stacy Lewis said. “It didn’t really clarify anything.” While some LPGA pros are already referring to Decision 34-3/10 as “The Lexi Rule,” USGA and R&A leaders insist that’s not the case, that the new decision was already a
  • Pro Golfer Matt Goggin United Went All Dao On My Clubs! 1 4/25/2017 4:35 PM PDT Matt Goggin wants justice for his broken golf clubs -- he's just afraid to demand it from United Airlines for fear of getting manhandled a la Dr. David Dao. The Australian pro golfer's pissed off about 3 of his clubs getting snapped at the head. As he put it ... it's the first time in more than 20 years his gear got destroyed in flight. Naturally, Goggin was looking to give someone an earful -- if only he had flown a different airline. He tweeted, "I was going to complain but I must admit I'm a little intimidated by @united." He's obviously referring to the infamous video of Dao getting jacked up. Lucky for Matt,