Oh to be a fly on the wall at those Player Advisory Council meetings. Doug Ferguson reports:
PLAYER ADVISOR:@ Paul Azinger has been one of the sharpest critics of PGA Tour policy, from title sponsorship to player input over the new FedExCup. Now, the Ryder Cup captain will have a small say in matters.
His peers elected Azinger to the 16-member Player Advisory Council, which reports to the main policy board. Next up is an election to see who will be chairman of the PAC, and that player eventually is appointed to the policy board. But that's one election he won't win, because Azinger is taking his name out of consideration.
"I'm more interested in making history than making policy," he said.
Judging by past comments like this from Azinger, his sense of humor will make those meetings most interesting.