Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer
It took the PGA Tour's first official team event in 36 years to produce the first slow-play penalty since 1995. Brian Campbell and Miguel Angel Carballo were hit with a 1-stroke penalty at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. The penalty came in the first round during alternate shot play. Typically a player gets a warning before a 1-stroke penalty is issued but the PGA Tour said this extends to partners in a team event -- likely leading to the penalty, as both players got bad times. This is the first official team event since the Disney Classic in 1981 and the first slow-play penalty since Glen Day at the 1995 Honda Classic. The Masters also gave 14 year old amateur Tianlang Guan a penalty for slow play in 2013.
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