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I played both tournaments this weekend and between the 1st and 2nd round on Sunday I developed a pretty bad blood blister on my index finger which made it pretty hard to play. I drained it and removed the dead skin but now there is just fresh skin there. Is there a way to speed up the healing process? I want to make the C-tiers in STL this weekend. If not, is there a way to prevent this from happening again?
Is it okay to use the grass/dirt right next to the tee to tee off if you want? I've seen it in a few tournament videos online and was just wondering what the ruling on the reason and ruling on that is. Could it be to save the tread on your shoes? Thanks.