Over half of tour pros say they've seen other players do what?!

Anonymous Tour Pro Survey

More than half of all PGA Tour pros have seen a fellow player cheat during a tournament round.

According to the latest edition of Golf Magazine’s "Anonymous PGA Tour Pro Survey", 56% of players surveyed said that they had witnessed a playing partner purposefully break the rules.

One player remarked that they had seen it happen “multiple times”, adding: “The Tour is a joke when it comes to enforcing the rules.”

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Another said: “I’ve seen guys bend the rules and mark their ball improperly.”

To a man, every player polled said that they had never not reported themselves for breaking a rule.

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Other eye-catching results...

53% of players surveyed said that unruly fan behaviour had cost them a shot

54% of players have played a tournament round hungover

56% of players voted for Donald Trump in the most recent US Presidential election

90% believe that Tiger Woods will win another major

64% have paid a PGA Tour fine

54% think Phil Mickelson should have been DQ'd for his antics in this year’s US Open

51% own a gun

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