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Lee Ann Walker received 58 penalty shots from the Old LPGA Championship as she discovered not keeping up to date with rule changes can be pricey.
The American broke a principle brought in this year banning caddies from position players supporting to line up shots.
The mistake was noted by her playing partners on the hole of her next round and she needed to return over her previous holes to tally up her infringements.
Now that I actually dont play the LPGA anymore, I still dont watch tv, she said.
Walker, who informed officers when she was informed of her mistakes, had 42 shots added to her 85 and 16 more to her next round.
It was no surprise she ended bottom of this field and also her 2 rounds of 90 and 127 added up – three more than the four rounds of winner Helen Alfredsson.
That is my very first competitive round since 2011 or 2012, Walker told Golfweek.
I knew there were rules adjustments. I just honestly did not know them. Just simple and plain. My stupidity for not going through the rules varies.
I wasnt mad, I was not upset. I was like,thats going to add a lot. Now what can you do?
After he was lined with his own caddie on the green during the final round of the Dubai Desert Classic in January, Chinas Haotong Li was penalised two shots.
Meanwhile, Englishman Paul Casey stopped being penalised when a putt at a tournament he won with one shot in Germany went over a bug along the manner in.
As the ball of Casey went over the bug he did not have to retake the shot.
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