Toughen Up The Par 3s
I 'd put that Sunday hole location on No. 16 back on that top-right shelf. Make it a real tough par to interrupt the birdie-fest. Then you could lose the tournament there, not just win it. If you're in that back bunker, it's a bogey at best, maybe a double. But if you hit the middle of the green, you have a putt for birdie, and you can do what Jack did in 1975 -- hole a 40-footer for birdie. Another change: Build a new tee on No. 12 that makes the hole one or two clubs longer. The way it is, unless the wind is blowing, it's just an average par 3. Guys today are so accurate, and modern balls go through the air so well, that it isn't all that dangerous. Maybe having them hit a 6-iron instead of a 7- or 8-iron could make it pretty exciting.
-- Rocco MediateJeff Haynes/AFP/Getty Images