From Tom Doak's "My Shot" interview in the October Golf Digest:
People say that Dr. Mackenzie would roll over in his grave if he saw Augusta National today, but I'm not so sure. Given the advances in equipment, he certainly would have designed something different from the Augusta of the early 1930s. He had tremendous imagination, great mental flexibility. He very well might design something very close to what Augusta National is now. Who can say?
Come on Tom! The seventh stretched to 460 yards, with trees planted down the sides like rows of soldiers? Surely you don't think the Dr. would compromise his masterpiece and his elaborately stated philosophy in The Spirit of St. Andrews, all because a few USGAers and R&Aers have no golfing soul?