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PGA Tour changes inevitable, details to follow
“I like my time off,” Kuchar said. “This year on the West Coast, I’ve just been getting my feet wet. I’ve only played two events. I just didn’t think I had much of an offseason.”
There could be plenty of others like him.
These are the issues that still have to be sorted out. And while the PAC sent the concept of a fall start to the policy board, there’s still a long way to go and much to consider.
But change is coming, and that’s nothing new.
Remember, it was 30 years ago when only the top 60 earned tour cards. The rest had to Monday qualify, and anyone who made the cut that week got into the next tournament. The next year was the start of the all-exempt tour.
By Tammy Bruce
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