Won't they still use stakes as well to identify penalty areas, then lines to define the margin? Most public courses only have stakes now, or at least they don't mark the lines regularly to keep them well defined.
The high today will be 71 here, how about for you?
Colorado has 300+ days of sun, so I'm not worried about my boy @Pretzel and @phillyk is hovering between a .3 and a .5 HC so can't think he will suffer for a lack of playing time.
Maybe some of your East Coast candidates can vlog themselves building a snowman?
I hope you know I'm joking here, but I'm not joking about supporting @mvmac and his posse of misfit toys.
Maybe we need a Newport Cup supporter badge?
That would be absolutely ridiculous, because there are trees from which you can easily play from and trees from which play (or even finding your ball) is nearly impossible.
All such what areas? Areas with trees? Ridiculous.
Look at the area in their video:
That's very different than, say, a few tall pine trees with some pine straw or sandy grass under them like you find in Pinehurst or whatever.
The rule changes that caught my eye are the new drop and flagstick rules. The "3-minutes and your ball is lost" rule. And the "40 second shot-clock" proposal. Thoughts?