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Topic - Andrew Mutch
"One of the things he was reputed to have done was to have his crew out in the fairway with bedsheets, spreading them out so that he could stand from the tee and place them in the most strategic positions," Mutch said. "They would wait, sometimes for years, to put in a bunker to make sure that they were in the proper position. I don't think a club could get away with it now."
"It's `The Moment' in the history of golf," Merion curator Andrew Mutch said.