Fight For Your Spot
Better late than never, right? Ed Baird helps us get off to a good start with a last-minute approach to the line. “If you see a nice, juicy spot with your name on it, just glide in there and hold on to it until the start,” writes Baird in “Fight For Your Spot,” from SW‘s September 1993 issue. “If it looks dicey or you’re early, duck behind the starboard group and take the next hole that pops up.” Read more here.