Things are changing at the Old Course at St. Andrews, or seem to be.
Hinted at in increasing intensity over the last year until bubbling over in the last few weeks, it became official today: Golf’s ruling bodies are officially concerned about driving distance.
The 150th Open Championship is going to the Old Course at St. Andrews in 2021 but so far there is no hint of the Ailsa course at Turnberry (owned by one Donald J. Trump) justifying its current place on the 10-strong rota.
So many things to do with the claret jug, so little time. That sounded like Henrik Stenson’s lament as he met with the media on Tuesday at the British Open,