I don't think you understand the meaning of your own words. "Selective prosecution" implies 2 parties are guilty of the same infraction but only one is punished. It is a complete assumption on your part that no name players are breaking the rules simply because we can't see them. If you are winning on the PGA tour ..should you not be cleaning up our act? being a top players means more scrutiny. It comes with the territory. This is the absolute fact here. The Golf governing body, the sports media, and the players have all colluded to get behind this change. Not because it unfairly punished players but because it was bad for ratings to show high profile players/players in the lead cheating. Ask yourself, If the fans were catching players cheating that the PGA tour missed ..what is the fix the PGA tour put in now that fans can't call in? Nothing. They do not want to put in a special rules official to watch the broadcast because that would do exactly what they are trying to avoid ....catching high profile players cheating that hurts ratings. .