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DeChambeau on revamped slow play policy: 'I welcome it'

After finding himself at the center of a slow play firestorm last year, Bryson DeChambeau is ready for golf's professional circuits to crack down on some of the slowest players in the game.

Both the PGA Tour and European Tour unveiled changes to their respective pace of play policies this week, with the new PGA Tour policy set to go into effect at the RBC Heritage in April. DeChambeau has been viewed as a slow player on both sides of the Atlantic, having faced criticism for his 72nd-hole "process" last year en route to winning at Dubai.