The PGA of America announced on Thursday that its logo would not appear on any of the five players’ jerseys.
It was the third time this season that the PGA has changed its stance.
The last time was when the PBA changed its rules to allow for a higher amount of logo placement on golf jerseys.
That ruling led to a lot of discussion online.
The PGA’s announcement follows an announcement that it was changing its logo to an American flag design.
On Wednesday, the PPGA’s board of directors voted to change the logo to the American flag, a change that had been suggested by many fans, but that was not the final decision.
The PPGAs board said it would consider a variety of options, including a design that incorporates the P.G.A. logo in a circle or pyramid shape, the flag of the United States, and a flag of Canada.
PGA president Tom Fazio said the decision to make the change was not a political statement.
It is based on the fact that the players have been in a lot more competitive situations in recent years, he said.
He said that the change would allow the players to represent their country and be the ones to lead their country, a position they have held since being elected to the PBIA.
Benjamin Button, the No. 1 golfer in the world, was the most decorated player on the PGL Masters tour with a record of 24-5, winning six of the last seven tournaments.
His trophy case is the most valuable golf prize in golf.
The five-time PGA TOUR champion has won a total of 17 majors and seven tournaments, and is on pace to finish with at least 24 wins this season.