Jeff Shelman in the Minneapolis Star Tribune
regurgitates the Laser Link press package while writing about founder
Michael Plitman's quest to speed up play (and sell $240 devices to
golfers). Shelman does have some new information on the reported
USGA-R&A agreement first reported by Jim Achenbach in Golfweek: not
Last week, officials from the USGA and the Royal and Ancient Golf Association -- the game's governing body outside of the United States -- met in Kohler, Wis. Changing Rule 14-3b was one of the items discussed. Plitman is confident that the rule will be changed effective Jan. 1, but it has yet to be announced.He also notes:
Golf legends Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer both have a share in the company, and the range finder is installed on their home courses.