Ben Crenshaw at the Masters: Is Augusta National a time capsule?
But, the Crenshaw they showed was a little, gray-haired old man. Actually, he’s only 54, but looks 64 now. He certainly hasn’t played like it this far in the biggest major in the U.S.
What was it they were all complaining about now? I seem to forget… Oh yeah, that Augusta National was too long, that they stretched it so only the big boppers had a chance to win.
Crenshaw stands 5-feet-9 and weighs less than 160 pounds.
It won’t last, of course. But, I’m savoring while I can.
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Let's enjoy it while it lasts. Still, I don't know why the oldies insist on coming to the Masters every year when we can all see that they're past it. It's kind of selfish. Gary Player still thinks he's the man, that he can win; when he made a birdie on his first hole of the tournament, I was a little disappointed, because I knew that it was going to get drastically worse from there on.
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