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Comment from: Stacy Solomon [Member]
The length of a golf course doesn't necessarily dictate how difficult it is to score on. Some of these guys hit a long ball but have trouble with their short game.

Ron Mon's latest blog is a testament to the above (Why Luke Donald and Sergio Garcia will tank in majors).

Nicklaus has a point about Augusta. It's not a bad idea to leave certain courses the way they were originally designed.
03/15/06 @ 13:47
Comment from: Ju-Lu [Visitor]
Well they tried to tinker with it
a few years ago to try to make it
harder for Tiger to win....DIDN'T
WORK!!

Sorry, I tend to agree with Jack about this one....and Stacey. Leave
Augusta National alone.
03/15/06 @ 14:54
Comment from: Phil Maynard [Visitor]
Jack must have forgotten the recent lengthening going on at his course in Dublin, Ohio. Every year the Memorial tournament gets tougher because of the changes he makes. I'm a huge fan of his but in recent years I have witnessed his crankiness turn people away from the game. Everything from turning down autographs (after a practice round) to just being short with young fans. It's a shame, he could be a great bridge from the old to the new but instead he is an obstacle. Besides, they all play the same course don’t they?
04/09/06 @ 10:17

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