"As long as they don't test for wine, I think I'm all right," Kerr said, laughing. "I think it's great that we have a policy now, just to ensure the honor of the game, the way it was meant to be played. If you got nothing to hide, you got nothing to worry about."
Said world No. 1 Annika Sorenstam: "I don't really think we are going to see anything out here, so it might be a waste of time. But if it gives peace of mind for people, and if we need to prove to them that the LPGA is clean, then let's do it."
Again the question of the ball has a great bearing on what type a certain length hole will be. Time was, and not so many years ago, when a hole 400 yards long on average ground was a good two-shot hole for the star players; now, the same hole is perhaps a drive and spade for the better class golfers. WILLIAM FLYNN