Ron Kroichick talks to Chris DiMarco and several PGA Tour officials about the state of Harding Park's green as the President's Cup approaches.
"They've got a lot of work to do," DiMarco said. "Obviously, they're gearing for the Presidents Cup, and I'm sure by that time the course will be in good shape. When we played, it was not in good shape."
A couple of tour agronomists quoted don't sound too worried. But the Commissioner is.
"We have mixed reviews," Finchem said. "Once we get in the spring, we've really got to bear down." Asked if he's worried about the course's condition, Finchem replied, "I worry about everything. I was worried about the course in '05, but the mayor has given us assurances everything will be done."