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Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
Watson said to the press that he intended to challenge Peter Dawson about the 60 year old limitation on former champions, just imposed this year. The reason for the change was to allow for more young qualifiers. If you will remember, Jack Nicklaus played his last at the Old Course at St. Andrews at age 65 just 4 tournaments ago in 2005. Perhaps a happy medium would be to have some sort of minimum performance standard on the Senior tour(s) to ensure the "geezers" are still competitive enough to warrant their inclusion after age 60.
2009-07-21 @ 10:55
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
Next year at St. Andrews will be it for golf's Huck Finn. Watson had his talk with Dawson and now has changed his tune in public. Apparently, the talk did not go as well as Watson hoped.
2009-07-23 @ 11:12
Comment from: wendyuk [Visitor] Email
What if Watson were to ...gulp.... win The Open next year? Wouldn't he be able to come back as "defending champion"?

Even if he were to make top ten, it would be hard to stick to the age limitation. I do think some players (sadly even Jack & Arnie) played in The Open way after they should have, but perhaps the R&A could base entry of previous winners on last year's performance rather than just age?

2009-07-25 @ 14:24
Comment from: Kazu [Visitor] Email
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2009-07-28 @ 01:40
Comment from: Chad Derico [Visitor]
mammoth daybook you've keep
2010-10-31 @ 14:01

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