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Tom:Thanks for posting the info. I would hope people would kep in mind what you've previously said -- tradition points are ALREADY factored when people play any of the so-called "name" courses. When you add tradition you're double-dipping the point totals!
My only little nit is with a course not having "a single green or bunker worth study for golf architecture fanatics."Why is this necessary, on its own?I only ask because golf architecture fanatics have got to make up well less than 1% of avid golfers, with the percentage being even less if all golfers period are considered. Why should interest to this tiny minority be important?I have a really hard time with making "architecture" the sole and only thing considered, as you can likely tell from any of my rants. It's important, it's just not the only thing that matters to golfers as they play the game.TH