Jerry, I'm the first to say that tour pros have way too much influence on the game. In fact, they don't play the same game and represent only a tiny fraction of golfers. And, yes, a few act like spoiled brats. Some behaviors at Chambers Bay come to mind. There was a lot of talk before this event that anticipated the pros were going to bitch about the course. That doesn't seem to have happened, at least not to the degree predicted. If that indicates a change in the stereotype, and I'm not sure it does, we should give them some credit. That doesn't change my belief that the people designing courses, equipment, rules, etc. should pay much attention to what these guys do. If the game they play doesn't work for the larger game of golf, change their game so that it does. These guys are so good and worked so hard to get where they are, they would adapt to changes in their competitions almost instantly. Entirely different story for the rest of us.