26 Dec, 2014 @ 11:00
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Golfer Gallacher wants to ‘chuck out the slowcoach cheats’

SCOTTISH golfer Stephen Gallacher has called on golf officials to ‘chuck out the slowcoach cheats’.

The Scot spoke-up at a week long course in Andalucia, designed to instruct tour members how to act.

Gallacher’s comments come on the back of world number one Rory McIllroy demanding an ‘end to snail-like play’.

“Certain forms of slow play is cheating. Guys who are slow, who know they’re slow and get fined all the time are putting people off the sport,” he said.

Jacqueline Fanchini (Reporter)

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