Dott, 35, said: "Peter is not cheating but I think there should be a new rule brought in about slow play.
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SP stands for Slow Play
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Samples in periodicals archive:
uk GRAEME DOTT last night took a potshot at Peter Ebdon and insisted slow play is killing snooker.
London, Apr 13 ( ANI ): Teenaged golf player Guan Tianlang has become the youngest golfer to make the cut at a Major with an overall score of four over at the ongoing Augusta National, even though he was penalised for slow play at the event.
Reports in the United States suggested the world number one had been punished for his criticism of European Tour chief referee John Paramor, who put him and Padraig Harrington on the clock for slow play at the 16th tee in the last group of their final round showdown at Firestone Country Club in Ohio.
Tiger Woods toughened his criticism Tuesday of an official's decision to enforce slow play rules on himself and Padraig Harrington in Sunday's last round of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
But Benson returns having already been fined pounds 2,500 this season for twice falling foul of the Tour's slow play rules.
Casey can take credit for being so phlegmatic but his attitude doesn't change the fact that slow play makes for boring golf, increased gamesmanship and, worst of all, a generation of weekend golfers who think excessive deliberation means playing like a professional golfer.
Slow play and a carnival atmosphere are the real cons for the pros in this mixed-company event.