PGA Tour pro Sam Burns is looking to win the Valspar Championship for the third time in his career, but the prospect of a three-peat doesn't immediately appear on his mind.
You can add Burns to the growing list of tour pros who are not too fond of the idea to rollback the golf ball from 2026.
The proposals from the USGA and R&A to modify the testing conditions for balls used in elite competitions has been met with a mixed response.
Bryson DeChambeau? He reckons the idea is absolutely atrocious. Justin Thomas? "It's so bad for the game of golf," he said.
Paul McGinley believes these 'impulsive' opinions from the PGA Tour's best players are "doing the game no favours".
You can read more of what McGinley had to say here.
But back to Burns, who said:
Does the golf ball really need rolling back at Tour level?— GolfMagic (@GolfMagic) March 14, 2023
"I wish I could pinpoint what it was..."
Burns, 26, captured his maiden PGA Tour title in May 2021 here at the Innisbrook Resort.
He added the Sanderson Farms Championship to his haul in between and claimed victory once again here last year via a playoff over Davis Riley.
You might remember at the time hilarious footage of Burns doing a 'birdie dance' with Riley as youngsters caught the attention of golf fans.
So what is it about this place that suits his eye and brings out his best game?
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