Golfer Shadow Tutin (USA), who was penalized for playing out of position, has given up his dream of playing on the PGA Tour due to health issues. Golf Channel reported on Tuesday (June 10) that Tutin withdrew from the final round of the Qualifying School, which awards cards to players on the PGA’s secondary tour, the Confederation Tour.”I can’t play because of a number of health issues, including my heart,” said Tutin, who was scheduled to compete in the Qualifying School, which begins on April 14 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. My health is the most important thing.”
Tutin was penalized two strokes in the final round of the Confederation Tour Championship in October for picking up his ball, wiping it down, and then playing a shot without putting it back in play .The spot where Tutin placed his ball was less than three centimeters from its original position, but it caught the eye of a steward watching on a TV monitor. Tutin, who was on track to make the PGA Tour next season, was penalized for the stroke, which dropped him in the points standings and denied him a 카지노사이트킹 PGA Tour card, which is awarded to the top 30 players.