Kevin Kisner gets "super odd" suspension at his home course lifted
Kevin Kisner has been allowed back at his beloved Palmetto Golf Club. Good thing, since he's in the process of having a house built on the Aiken, S.C., course.
Kisner was recently suspended after a Vice Sports video that showed Kisner and his friends (they were also suspended) racing around the course in carts. But he told The Sun News in Myrtle Beach that his ban has been lifted.
“I’m back in,” Kisner told The Sun News. “It was short-lived after we had a few discussions and cooler heads prevailed, I think.”
Here's the video that got the PGA Tour winner in hot water:
Word of Kisner's unusual suspension spread when he said on Twitter that he was preparing for the Wells Fargo Championship and the Players at Sage Valley. Kisner missed the cut at Quail Hollow last week, but now heads to TPC Sawgrass, where he lost in a playoff to Rickie Fowler last year.
"I haven’t been there, but I'm allowed in," Kisner said of Palmetto Club. "It was super odd. I was totally blindsided by it. I think we’ve learned and we'll move past it."