What Is Grounding A Club

August 16, 2010 by staff 

What Is Grounding A Club, When Dustin Johnson shot a bunker cost him the PGA Championship, there was a universal time that many of us could share with him. “What is” land of a club? “Asked casual players. That was the rule that mattered. But for everyone else, only amounted to a classic moment of” so close-and-yet-so-far. ”

Golfers can relate to Dustin Johnson is in a position where everything you’re thinking about is how you are about to win the PGA Championship.

Then the ball goes into a soft, flat area of sand that resembles a bunker (no trail or anything that makes you think it was). And based club without realizing you’re doing something wrong.

Why not warn his caddy? There was a PGA rules official walking with him, why not say,”Hey Dustin, even if something does not look like a bunker, could be a bunker.”

Imagine if Johnson had made his putt for par on the 18th hole? Instead of just qualifying for a second phase, which apparently would have won the tournament outright. He would have been jumping up and down in front of TV cameras, holding, hugging his girlfriend. … And then an official with the PGA has had to tap on the shoulder out on the green and say:”Uh, sorry, but … ”

So when you look at it this way, the PGA really dodged a bullet in this regard. For the rest of us, it was an all-too-familiar: In an unexpected detail was what mattered, and large escaped.

- Teddy Greenstein, Tribune PGA

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