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Fixing slow play on PGA Tour ultimately comes down to players

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MEDINAH, Ill. - This could go down as one of the most memorable years in golf.

Tiger Woods won the Masters following four surgeries on his back and just two years after he feared he might never compete again. The Open was not held in Britain for the first time in 68 years. Two players went from college to PGA Tour winners in a span of two months.

And the PGA Tour might finally get around to doing something about pace of play.

The Player Advisory Council is meeting this week during the BMW Championship, and slow play is on the agenda.