...will go to the first writer who, in analyzing the PGA Tour's new TV deal, dares to question whether the "product" has been made less appealing for television by the shift to a power game, by slow play and by anti-birdie setups.
I know I'm asking a lot, but surely someone will go out on a limb and make such a suggestion. Yes, it requires a historical perspective along with thoughts about course setup, architecture and technology, but I just know someone will try. If nothing else, to be different.
(And to win this major award, the writer has to be American. The Scots, Brits and Aussies have already figured out what the Commissioner and his crew have yet to realize.)