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Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Well, one can't really argue with Ames' logic. The only perspective one could lend this is to point out that most of the competition comes from the top 50 anyway (I don't know what percentage of majors are won by the players in the top 50, but it has to be quite high). Nevertheless, it cannot be as tough for the reason you cite.
04/09/08 @ 13:18
Comment from: Greg Pryor [Visitor] Email
I went to a Friday round at the Masters and saw Arnie, Jack, and Gary almost hole out on 16 in the Friday round. It was the only tournament that would "allow" that to happen.

Ames ought to be glad that the formula includes him. Allowing one golfer in the top 50 in the world to win and allowing past champions to enjoy their grand accomplishment is part of the deal..get over it.

I would rather to see a Greg Norman vs. a Larry Mize but every tournamant has a glitch or two. And how about Sandy Lyle on the verge of making the cut. Why invite 30 marginals and have most of them not make the cut?

Keep the Masters a "special" tourney. For tradtion, beauty, and excitement, it is the best major in my opinion.
04/11/08 @ 12:27
Comment from: Greg Pryor [Visitor] Email
Comment from: Greg Pryor [Visitor] · http://www.sportsaholic.org
I went to a Friday round at the Masters and saw Arnie, Jack, and Gary almost hole out on 16 in the Friday round. It was the only tournament that would "allow" that to happen.

Ames ought to be glad that the formula includes him. Allowing one golfer in the top 50 in the world to win and allowing past champions to enjoy their grand accomplishment is part of the deal..get over it.

I would rather to see a Greg Norman vs. a Larry Mize but every tournamant has a glitch or two. And how about Sandy Lyle on the verge of making the cut. Why invite 30 marginals and have most of them not make the cut?

Keep the Masters a "special" tourney. For tradtion, beauty, and excitement, it is the best major in my opinion.

08/17/08 @ 11:33
Comment from: Greg Pryor [Visitor] Email
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