J.B. Holmes' Four Minute Golf Shot Roasted By Jim Nantz, Fellow Pros

Pace-of-play regularly becomes a discussion in golf, but the examples of slow play are rarely as obvious as what J.B. Holmes did on the final regulation hole of the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines Sunday, earning criticism from both other golfers and commentators.

Needing an eagle on 18 to get into the playoff against Jason Day (who had already finished) and possibly Alex Noren (who was waiting to play), the notoriously slow Holmes stood there over his shot for almost four minutes, changing clubs and possibly hoping the wind would die down.


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