« on: November 03, 2012, 01:05:53 pm »
I think it is important to have the challenge for the pros, but how many pros do we really have in town? Enough to justify cost and expense for long hard courses specifically for the pros?
Could it be possible that Kansas City doesn't produce many pros because of the lack of very difficult courses? I know many pros come from California and Charlotte where tough courses exist. I personally would like to see a really challenging course be put in the ground not just because I am becoming a somewhat strong advanced player and want to play it but I would like to challenge myself to continue to improve and throw some par 4 holes to work on different aspects of the game that I will be introduced to in am worlds. I love Kansas City and am blessed to learn this sport in such a convenient city but as I see my game improve I want to be challenged. Maybe that's just me.