Time to celebrate Jason Day’s talent not blame him for golf’s ills | Ewan Murray

If the authorities are determined to curb slow play, picking on the world No1 while ignoring others who are renowned for a lack of urgency makes no sense

It is the subject guaranteed to send even mild-mannered golfing observers into a state of frenzy. Piece the words “slow” and “play” together before watching sparks fly; it can really be great fun. The only thing more consistent than slow play is the regularity with which people prattle on about it.

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