You didn't come close to showing the course could have been 2050 yards. From what we know of the course, the starting point, the first hole, and some approximation of the last four holes, it seems rather unlikely that the course was only 2050.
And you have never even bothered to try and explain why you think that May would have better, more accurate, and more detailed information that did either the club or Weeks just a few years later. After all, May supposedly got his information from someone at the club, did he not, a former Master of the Hounds or something? Were they in cahoots to keep the information from Weeks?
Mike and Jeff,
Neither of you has seen the "original routing" at either of these courses. You have seen stick drawings of an approximation of the routings giving a general idea of where the courses were located. Much like with Mike's attempt at his 2050 courses, it is pretty easy to get the scale wrong on those things and to leave excessive distances between just about all the holes. For you to rely on these as scale drawings is too much.
Mike, as for your last post where you return to mocking Campbell for being an inferior architect, you again show your true form and biases. You are doing so based upon stick drawings, for goodness sakes.
Look at he stick drawing you just produced of NGLA. Looks pretty primitive and simple (as most stick drawings do) so shall we start drawing conclusions about CBM's architectural abilities as well based on the stick drawing alone? Shall we pretend it is too scale and start drawing all sorts of conclusions about the place?
(Actually you used to try to dismiss CBM as a primitive, dark ages, transition architect with no real experience or abilities when he built NGLA, but now that you've seen the place even you know better than that. I hope.)