Ypsylon wrote:Which one is the Eisenhower tree?
It's the big pine on hole 17. I heard it's called the Eisenhower three because President Eisenhower hit it so often while playing he lobbied to have it cut down
Stephen, I don't know all that much about gold but the Masters is something you could compare to the Tour of Flanders, Paris-Roubaix or maybe even the Tour de France. I watched some of it last night and it's amazing to see how those guys tackle some of the holes and make it seem very easy, while the next one who might be just as good totally messes up. Justin Rose did a 68 on the first day which is really good with a string of birdies, but yesterday he did the round in 78 hits with even a triple bogey. It's the little things that make all the difference and only playing constant 4 days in a row will get you on top.