Ann Liguori welcomes architecture writer Brad Klein, who talks about how an autumn Masters will be so unlike past editions
Host Ann Liguori previews this week’s Masters and talks with Brad Klein, a golf writer and consultant on course architecture who contributes to Morning Read, about the differences with a November Masters. The silence of no spectators and the missing bloom on the dogwoods and azaleas only begin to tell the story. “It’ll really hit home when they get to the 12th hole,” said Klein, noting the par-3 centerpiece of Amen Corner. “It will not feel the same for viewers.” Liguori and Klein also preview how Bryson DeChambeau and his driving distance could play out at Augusta National.
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