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This makes more sense to me than a driver which is both less lofted and longer length shaft being more accurate than a 3 wood.  
My list is too long, but here are some of the top ones.   Thankful for surviving long enough to be old and yet still in pretty good health.   Thankful for my family    Thankful for being born into a family that taught me how to take care of myself, being born with the tools to that, and for the wisdom to know I should share my success with those not born with the tools or the family support I was.   Given the above I am also thankful for being a USA citizen and...
I would have to admit that it seems unlikely the Marshall didn't know he stepped on the ball.  But not impossible as sometimes when you have your mind on other things you might not notice stepping on a ball, especially if the ground is damp and the ball just gets pressed down.   As a second comment I'd have to believe you can tell if a ball has been pressed down as opposed to being in a natural depression.  This regardless of the Marshall's action or inaction as the case...
I'll say it again.  It is difficult for me to see how anyone who plays the game can argue with the general premise that being longer is better.  I think most are thinking about the driver when they comment on this thread.  But there is a lot more to it than just driving the ball longer because if you're 15% longer than your buddy it is very likely with every club.   Even on an executive course it is an advantage if your hitting wedges to 120 yard greens and your buddy is...
I haven't posted on the thread yet because I wasn't too sure I had anything to add.  But I think I do after I have read a number of the posts.  I think it is pretty difficult to argue against the premise the closer you are to the hole the better off you are, assuming you have a play of course.  But it is also pretty difficult to argue against the premise given by Dr. Bob Rotella in "Golf is not a game of Perfect" which is "you should always hit the shot you can hit, not...
I agree with saevel25.
Or maybe this one.   Bony Maronie---Larry Willliams  
Shiela--Tommy Roe
Me too.  But I might start watching the Champions Tour when Tiger/Phil gets to 50 YOA.  If I am still alive anyway.
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