They talk at length about Lyle’s yardage into 13 at the 1hr27min mark. For context, in the group before, Langer had 175 yards in.
This would be an excellent chance to show that you can give a simple, unqualified apology.
Apologize for what, exactly? I'll say it again in plain language, and expand even though I thought what I said before was obvious:
Matt Kardash: "I love when people are delusional and say the hole has not been changed that much and that back in the day people had 150 in the green."
Me: "I agree they're delusional. Tiger set the world on fire in 1997, and even he had 184 in on Sunday. Here's a video showing that. Because even now players rarely have 150 yards in, and they didn't often have 150 yards in "back in the day." The Tiger video shows that even he had 184 in."
So first I'm accused of "cherry picking" and then you come in with a video from 1988 (when the hole was 465?) showing that Sandy Lyle had maybe 150 yards in? And demand an apology? For what, exactly? I'm not even making a point here - I'm agreeing with another poster that players of ANY era but especially "back in the day" didn't often have 150 yards in to #13.
I apologize if my first post was unclear —
I thought that the nature of a post showing "even Tiger had 184 in to #13 back in 1997" was obvious — but I'd think one might simply ask for a clarification in that case.