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KIAWAH ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA | Given the spectacular beauty of the Ocean Course and its surroundings, where the sea oats and palmetto palms frame a golf course that sits alongside the Atlantic, a question still hangs in the salty air.
What’s wrong with this picture?
The answer is nothing, aside from the occasional double bogey or bad bounce.
This PGA Championship is the perfect rebuttal to the slow-to-die notion of a so-called Super Golf League, the proposed money grab that has been teasing players and managers with big money promises for several years but so far has been all talk and no commitments.
It’s time to move on. That doesn’t mean it will happen, only that it’s time.
There was another meeting of the principals and some player managers here this week that, according to two people in the meeting, may have pushed the insurgent group closer to capitulation.
“Unimpressive,” one manager said.
It’s time to move on. That doesn’t mean it will happen, only t...
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