Bamberger: You're simply looking for free golf at Pebble, Alan.
Shipnuck: I think it's the greatest Open venue. It's so macho.
Van Sickle: Macho? Maybe you've heard of Oakmont, which is actually macho.
Shipnuck: Well, I'm admittedly biased toward Pebble, but Oakmont is a great Open site too.
Bamberger: I'm going with the British Open at St. Andrews. I don't know what could be better than that.
Hack: I'm going old school. I'd love to win an Open Championship at Prestwick. I love the movement of the land and the fact that shots must be struck with the right weight, as Old Tom Watson might say. To celebrate I would sip black tea and wear the Challenge Belt with great pride.
Garrity: I'd want to win the British Open too, and I wouldn't care which venue. I love the history; I love meat pies; and most of all, I love links courses. The only part I don't like is the claret jug.
Shipnuck: Well, next to the Wanamaker Trophy and its sheer grandeur, the tiny jug has to feel a little inadequate.
Van Sickle: You know, size does matter.