``This will be a generational change,'' Clarson said. ``This is not going to be: Turn on the switch and everybody gets it from the start. This makes every game, every event, every weekend more important.''
Do not get into the habit of pointing out the peculiarly salient blade of grass which you imagine to have been the cause of your failing to hole your putt. You may sometimes find your adversary who has successfully holed his, irritatingly short-sighted on these occasions. Moreover, the opinion of a man who has just missed his putt, about the state of the green, is usually accepted with some reserve.
HORACE HUTCHINSON (1896)