There’s also the ever-nagging question of how to grow the game. With so much money floating around the upper echelons of the pro game I’ve heard grumblings about the PGA seeming increasingly out of touch for the everyday member to say nothing of the everyday golfer. I think there’s some truth to that.
Bevacqua will probably be best remembered for the changes to the PGA Championship mentioned above and these suggestions for the fourth (soon to be second) major are good ones. As for future opportunities I think Sens nails itThe PGA has some 29000 members.
Does prohibitive mean you cannot make a case for somebody else? I’ll make a case against JT and his sunshine bandit is extremely difficult to do it for eight consecutive rounds. Four is hard five is harder — then there’s six and seven. Eight is way way hard.