By Mark Lamport-Stokes (Reuters) – Rounds of golf that can take a total of five hours or more; players who are diplomatically described as being “methodical” or “deliberate”; inordinate waiting times on tee boxes for greens or fairways to clear.The cancer of slow play is a problem that affects every professional tour around the world, and a variety of methods has been implemented in a bid to resolve the issue.On the U.S. PGA Tour, players are fined $20,000 if they get ‘put on the clock’ for slow

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