Where is the slow play penalty on Masters winner Trevor Immelman? Tiger Woods should call him out
Trevor Immelman may be cruising his way to a green jacket, but he’s doing so going 45 in a 65 in the left lane with his blinker on.
Immelman and Brandt Snedeker teed off at 2:30 pm. It’s 7:00 now and they just barely teed off the 17th, they are nearly two holes behind the group ahead, Paul Casey and Steve Flesch.
Have they been put on the clock? I think Jim Nantz is getting sleepy. At the very least, he’s texting his agent demanding overtime comp. Now it looks like my local news is going to be bumped. When I don’t get my local shootings and cat parade updates I start the week on a sour note I can’t sweeten.
It ain’t Snedeker’s fault. If anything, Snedeker should take more time. Usually he just walks up to the ball and swings with nary a waggle.
If Immelman ends up only winning by one or two strokes, this is going to be a tainted green jacket. Nobody likes a slowpoke, especially the members at Augusta, who I’m told usually play the course in closer to three hours.
To think I just defended the members of Augusta National for their sexist, conservative ways…then they allow this sluggish play to infect their hallowed grounds. If they don’t light a fire under some butts next year, my support is going with the feminists!
Tiger Woods, who has complained about slow play recently, should make a statement about it.
“The win only counts if you finish in under five hours,” is what Woods should say. That would create a little tension.
Now that the Grand Slam bid in 2008 is over, we golf writers need a new story line.
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Not too much drama on this Sunday at the Masters.
LOL at that.
I would like to ask te writer of this article would he have written the same if it was Tiger Woodswho have won?
In my view he would not have written the same because then his favourite would have won.
I honestly think that the blame cannot be laid at Trevor's feet.
He played a great game of golf and was the worthy winner.
You go BOYTJIE!!!!!!!!!
Well done Trevor...
If he was a little slow, it was great, because it made the greatest moment in South African golf in 30 yrs last that little bit longer.
In any case, he is allowed a few extra seconds per shot because he played fewer than the rest of the guys out there... LOL!
Not to mention his phenomenal recovery from major surgery!
Get over it... we have our Champion!
Go Trevor jou Doring!
I will support any non-american that plays against Tiger in a final round. Not that I hate him, or hate amricans. I'm just getting so sick of you arrogance.