I can assure you, only eight players have a chance of winning the Masters—and this group does not include anyone named Rory, Tiger, Phil, Henrik, Jason, or Adam. How do I know this? I've done the research, looked at the facts, mined the stats, and uncovered the irrefutable. You see, at the Masters, some things simply never happen.
In the heart of West Palm Beach is a club where the focus is golf and only golf, where the game’s simple and enduring virtues are embraced and nurtured, and where the privileged members enjoy one of the very finest courses in the nation. That club is Emerald Dunes.
When Tom Fazio unveiled this course in 1990 it was hailed instantly as one of the top five in the state and the top 100 in the U.
According to figures just released by the National Golf Foundation, only 13 golf courses opened in the U.S. last year while 154 courses closed, a net loss of 141, continuing a negative trend that has persisted for seven years.