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Comment from: One-Putt [Visitor]
This will all work out fine until Els gets a Laser Beam in the eye while putting, courtesy of Monty.
03/22/06 @ 06:28
Comment from: John DeSalvo [Visitor]
Given this trend toward automation, I have a better idea. It solves problems with course length, measurements, weather and slow play.

At the start of a tournament all golfers hit 18 tee shots on a golf simulator programed for the course they are playing and receive a printout showing where their ball landed, distance to hole, etc.

Players proceed to their ball location and finish the tournament.

Need a longer course? Reprogram the software.
03/22/06 @ 21:28
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