I suppose you could look at it this way, it sure does give some people a look
at a different kind of course that they may not normally be exposed
to. I wonder though if the Tours and Nationals shouldn't be looked at as a
whole for conformance to what is typically seen around the country in
terms of average course size and speed. The only times I saw third in my Neon
was at Tours and Nationals.
> But aren't the faster courses (tours and all) good
> practice for Nationals? I know that's I we go. I
> figure I might as well get used to it because I don't
> see and slow courses in the near future at Nationals.
> Just my 2 cents. :-)
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