My understanding is that they are being formatted for the printers and that it may be too late to implement any changes. I am saddened by that, I'm new to the process and I thought we had more time. I also could have posted these several weeks ago, but didn't know I could. Next time around I'll do better.
As I started the post, I don't give much credence to the posited 'dirty cheater' who is looking for every loophole to ruthlessly exploit on the course. After all, the DC buddies could have been merrily calling false violations on others after good shots just as easily as on each other after bad ones. So I don't really believe you will get malicious false positives.
Let me try and rephrase it in a less contentious way, and sorry if I offend any north american morality system I'm unaware of!
Imagine a world where DG is on TV.
Currently you have a stance violation test system that is (generously) 1% accurate on fairway throws. That is 99% of violations are unpunished.
On putts it may be significantly better (the group is nearby, generally watching, overbalancing can be obvious), so lets call it 50% accurate there.
The watching viewer can see every violation.
Based on my purely personal anecdotal observations, I'm close enough to observe and be able to warn players on fairway throws at least a third of the time (based on a card of 4 people, I'm usually close enough to at least one of the three to see). Assuming I now warn on every violation the system accuracy goes up to 25%. If my card mates do the same, we're certainly above 50%, I'd say we ought to be shooting for 75%+. Putting may only increase to 60%.
BUT, every so often a call is made that is wrong.
The watching viewer can see every violation, called or otherwise, and the miscalls.
Which looks better? Miscalls and marginal calls happen all the time in sport, from dodgy penalties to pass interference. My contention is that the latter situation makes our sport look more professional to an outside observer. It's not perfect, but it's a step in the right direction.
See the poll not too far from here for a real life TV example of where this would have lead to improved accuracy and viewer perception.