__Red directional flags were rippling all week atop the tall fence at the end of the practice range, but yellow, the universal symbol of caution, would have been more appropriate. Bill Fields
We're still getting comments about the Masters course set-up, while the debate continues on golf blogs. For a very thoughtful assessment from a guy who's seen more Masters than most of have seen golf courses, read Bill Fields story in this week's Golf World, part of his "Letter from Augusta." Bill argues that the changes have cost Augusta something, a naturalness, a rhythm.
Not sure most of you agree. Our poll on golfdigest.com asks a slightly different question, but gets at the heart of the debate. We ask if you think the course set-up was unfair. Responses are running two to one, "No."