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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Which course was that, Wintonbury Hills in Conncticut? If so, identify it in your blog, as the original article fails to do so.
12/27/06 @ 17:05
Comment from: sid [Visitor] Email
Why only Tiger Woods? what about Jack
Nicholas, Arnald Palmer, Ernie Els, and
the rest of golfers who are in the golf course
designing business. Why only Tiger Woods?
12/27/06 @ 19:20
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
"Nicholas" and "Arnald" are old farts whose dice have been cast. Els is a designer in name only. My guess is that Tiger will learn the design business thoroughly, as he does with everything else in his life. Therefore, he can impact a new generation of architect/designer of golf courses.
12/27/06 @ 22:16
Comment from: Dave Marrandette [Visitor]
Sid, that's the same thing you said on my post concerning the announcement of the TWD. Work on getting a new line, please.

Tim, right on! The developer/celebrity architect credo has now become "If you build it, they will come (as long as they make seven digits a year" ).
12/28/06 @ 08:01
Comment from: InTheBunker [Visitor] Email
Sid, right on! I know exactly where you're coming from. Every imbalance, inequity and ill in golf somehow finds Woods doorstep looking for a cure. All others are excused for various reasons--Norman, Love, Mickelson, Els...

Dave, you and your fellow posters need new lines, please.
12/28/06 @ 10:01

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