PGA Tour Bans Green-Reading Books, Golfers React

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Last year on the 17th green at Waialae Country Club was the last—and only—time Kevin Na opened a green-reading book on the golf course. It was there that he needed a birdie-eagle finish to shoot 59 in the third round of the Sony Open. However, after reading the green for his 10-footer, he glanced at the book, adjusted his read, took the shot, and missed. He wound up winning the tournament with a 61, but nuts to the book, he thought. “It didn’t work out too well,” Na recalled Thursday, “so that was the last time I saw it.” Na’s longtime caddie, Kenny Harms, used to use the book to verify his in…

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