Joe Dey, the executive director of the USGA, looked over his shoulder, checked the scores and told him to sign it.
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"That is just awful, and it doesn't make sense," Dey said. "It hasn't been so long since three hours was considered adequate for a round. This is murder on spectators as well as on players who wish to play at a reasonable speed."
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