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Koch: I'd like to see more interaction between the player and fans, and even between the players, like it was in the mid-'90s, when the prize money wasn't great and a lot of players were simply happy to be playing golf in front of people.
Pate: I'd like a few more events—28 or 30 tournaments. We have a lot of empty space on our calendar. Officially, September is still blank, although I don't think it'll stay that way. I'd like to play a little bit more.
Strange: You just don't want to go home.
Pate: Pretty much.
Haas: We have to make this tour as fan-friendly as we can. We have to beware of big golf courses. Last year at the Quarry in Naples, you could hardly even drive a cart around that course, much less walk it. You know, our fans aren't 25 years old. Neither are we.
Van Sickle: How about we replace the cart paths with moving walkways, like at the airport?
Haas: That's a no-brainer.
Van Sickle: The USGA may take a second look at belly and long putters. Are you in favor of banning anchored putters?
Haas: Anchored putting is not a true stroke and not in the spirit of the game. Now, if I were better at it, I'd probably do it.