Originally Posted by JMan
Why would anyone play everything as a 3? Do people do that on a stick golf course...doubtful. Par 4s and 5s have been part of this game since its inception, I have the paperwork to prove it. What's wrong with a course that challenges you to set up your next shot? And why is it not accepted that much longer holes with tough terrain deserve a 4 or 5? And please don't claim, "To keep the math easy"...REALLY. What, can't anyone add or subtract 1 from your current score? I wager any visiting pros will play the 4s and 5s as such. It is a wonderful aspect of the game...many should try it...it may catch on...lol.
While I wholeheartedly agree with you JMan, I would suggest you do not take this logic-based argument anywhere near Sea-Tac. The yahoos up there are still claiming its a par 54.