One rule in particular has caused plenty of controversy on Tour already in 2019, prompting golf's governing bodies to release a statement
The World Number Three was victorious at the inaugural Saudi International
The Spaniard reportedly damaged a couple of greens
The 2018 Masters champion is only the fourth American to receive the accolade
The 5th at Augusta will measure 495 yards at this year's Masters
Fans helped move a boulder for the three-time Major winner during the Saudi International
The four-time Web.com Tour and one-time PGA Tour winner turned an eagle putt into a double bogey
Will Gary Woodland be able to defend his title?
The Golfing Scientist has responded after questions were raised over his slow play
Who will win the first event in Saudi Arabia
The Englishman told Golf Monthly he feels like he is beginning to finally fulfil his potential
Saudi Arabia hosts its first ever European Tour event this week at Royal Greens Golf and Country Club
There was a 1.7 yard increase across the seven major global tours in 2018
The three-time Major winner says slow play "drives me nuts" and is "kind of embarrassing"
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The R&A Chief Executive says the decision made by European Tour referees to penalise Haotong Li two strokes was correct
Gary Woodland is defending champion at TPC Scottsdale
Justin Rose, Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson and Bryson DeChambeau all play
In a recent statement, European Tour CEO Pelley said whilst correct, the ruling against Li was still unfair.
You simply cannot look past Rose and DeChambeau for Augusta this year...