Arnold Palmer: State of the Game
By mustang6560 on 12/17/12
Despite a litany of challenges, the future of golf, as seen through the eyes of one of the game's true greats, looks bright. Arnold Palmer wrote as much in a "State of the Game" letter published on GolfChannel.com.
As we look back on 2012 and into the future, however, I see an increasingly vibrant and healthy game emerging from those examinations. It doesn't take a scratch player to be moved by Bubba Watson's personal story, his daring style and gutsy Masters win. The rest of the major champion class of 2012 – Webb Simpson, Ernie Els and Rory McIlroy – underscore the global reach of our game and the lasting appeal to both young and old.What did you think of The King's "State of the Game" letter?
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With amateur golfers of 20 handicaps or the like. According to statical mathematic's;and animated as we are as human beings. We are supposed to fluctuate in are scoreing.Any adjustment to this is reverse sandbagging !
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