1. If Casey felt he was trying to seek employment with his disability, and he used the courts decision to allow him to work with his disability, then that is not cheating. It has been more than 14 years since that issue was resolved in the courts and it has not been overturned. Get over it.
2. I never said that it wasn't an advantage.
3.. Later information on proper hydration suggests to drink fluids and not take salt pillls. Recent opinions suggests that was part of Ken's issues.
4. I refuse to argue with someone that uses an adjective modifying a verb and implies they have some writing skill. So this is addressed to WritesWell.
I'd be thinking Jack and Arnie know a bit more about the game than some unelected judges.
Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer have said that using a cart would give
Martin an advantage and undermine a basic part of the game. On Tuesday, a
few other golfers echoed that sentiment.
"Walking six miles a day
six days a week is part of the deal," said tour veteran, Steve Pate.
"If you don't think we're a sport, then a part of my premise is gone.
But I think we are.
"In sports, everybody brings their own
strengths and weaknesses to the game and whoever can overcome their
weaknesses and maximize their strengths is going to do well. It's maybe
not fair, but I just think it's the way it should be," Pate said.
Casey Martin qualified for the U.S. Open at Olympic. He finished T-23 there in 1998 while riding a cart: