This wonderful 36-hole team event should be revived. The pro participants are invariably in good moods, getting quality time with sons they often couldn't be with enough during their peripatetic playing primes. Meanwhile, the sons invariably gain new appreciation for their fathers' skills and mental toughness. Throughout, the physical resemblance and shared traits are fascinating. With the grouch factor null and void and nostalgia in the air, it's one of the best tournaments to interview players on any subject. Full disclosure: in 2002 I had the privilege of playing in the two-day pro-am at the Ocean Course in the Bahamas with my own father, along with Lee Trevino, Bernhard Langer and their sons.