Wednesday, April 10, 2013
We're going to use them to show you how the course has changed.
As a reminder of why the course was altered, here's Tim Rosaforte in 1997 describing Woods at Augusta National: "Woods reduced this once mighty track to an executive course. He was reaching the par 5s with wedges and driving it pin-high at the 360-yard third. All he did was go 18 under, set the tournament record, win by 12 strokes and turn
Woods was just the first of a generation of long hitters aided by improvements in technology. If
The first changes in 2002 didn't really work. He won twice after those changes. The second changes in 2006 worked. He hasn't won since.