Everyone has a thought on the "subject du jour," as Augusta National Chairman Billy Payne called it Wednesday.
And, of course, only one opinion really matters.
The men (and now women) of the Masters will determine whether to alter the famed 13th hole, a move some would equate with splattering gravy on the Mona Lisa and others see as a must-do.
The par-5 hole is hallowed ground, a conclusion to Amen Corner that can make or break a round, a tournament, a career. It features a sweeping right-to-left dogleg, with a tributary of Rae's Creek protecting a green bordered by four bunkers.
"It's beautiful, strategic, challenging," 2013 Masters champion...