Anonymous Pro: He was overrated before he won those two FedEx Cup events, and a lot of players still think he's overrated.
Shipnuck: Camilo hits it solid, but he looks mechanical on the greens. I don't know if you can make yourself a great putter.
Van Sickle: I've never seen anyone get so much mileage out of the Spider-Man thing. He wants to look at his putt from ground level and simply doesn't want to soil his canary slacks.
Shipnuck: So we're celebrating him for being kind of a sissy?
Van Sickle: Yeah, I'd rather see grass stains and skid marks.
ABOUT THE MAJORS
Bamberger: Augusta National sets up for some semiobscure guy—like Zach Johnson or Brandt Snedeker—to have a great driving and putting week. To me, they have taken the emotion out of the tournament by toughening the course so much.
Van Sickle: The course negates ability because now you make birdies only by accident. They pushed the course to the brink of difficulty, and weather conditions can push it over the edge.
Garrity: If they fix the course the way we want, they may be left, once again, with ridiculously fast greens as the course's only defense. I didn't like that, either. Ease back on the course, and a Masters-regulated ball may be the only solution.
Anonymous Pro: I hate to say this, but Augusta is now one of the purest majors we play. With the length, the rough and especially the trees, it's less of a bomber's paradise. The trees have changed the course. They have Tiger-proofed it. They've taken a lot of the risk out of the course. You have to plod along and play to point A and B and C.