Jacklin wants colour-coded balls to limit distance

FILE PHOTO: Golf - Senior Open Championship - Ailsa Course, Turnberry Resort, Scotland - 27/7/12 England's Tony Jacklin during the second round Mandatory Credit: Action Images / Craig Brough Livepic

LONDON (Reuters) – Ryder Cup great Tony Jacklin has urged his sport to take a leaf out of squash’s book by using colour-coded balls to distinguish the professional game from the amateur one in the modern era of ‘grip it and rip it golf’. Jacklin is concerned at the way long hitters are dominating professional […]

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