Notable Nonexempt Snails
Colt Knost and Casey Wittenberg, now back on the Nationwide after a year as the PGA Tour's slowest new faces. Knost had decision-making issues, especially reading putts, while Wittenberg has a laborious preshot routine, including one ninjalike pose with his club straight up in the air as he painstakingly takes his grip.
Hall of Blame
The sports psychologists who tell golfers to visualize the shot and never hit until they're ready. "They started all this," Claar says.
Best Place to Hide If You're Slow
Late-in-the-day tee times, where play usually bogs down anyway.
Worst Place to Hide If You're Slow
One of the first three groups off the tee. Time Par was effectively invented for them because they're pacesetters for the field and, as such, are closely monitored (and prodded when necessary) by their friendly neighborhood golf cops.
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