RE: champions tour March 23, 2005, 4:30 pm

by jack
If you really believe what you said in this article you may want to consider taking a look at the regular PGA tour and suggest that player over the age of 45 should not be allowed to play any longer. They are just taking up space that younger more competitve players should get. If your argument is that occasionally one of these guys gets lucky, the same can be said for the old guys. Every now and then a plus 50 whens on the regular tour.
Besides, a lot of old guys like myself who still play golf and can relate to the Champions enjoy their game. Your times coming!

RE: Negative March 23, 2005, 5:18 am

by Bobby Brame,PGA
Using space to cut down someone who wins a tournament is not what I want to read about. Sure the Big Tour is more exciting but there are a lot of other tours out there and I always enjoy hearing about an underdog breaking through to win. I am removing the e mail from my mailbox permanently. Sincerely, Bobby Brame.

Re: March 23, 2005, 2:15 am

RE: //goldenagegolfers March 23, 2005, 2:15 am

by zzz
I qualify (by age) for the "champions tour", and would love to compete. However, if my wife taped it I still wouldn't watch it.


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