August 22, 2002 |
Another drive safely in the fairway, Frank D. "Sandy" Tatum puts his club down and returns to his point. "Golf courses are losing their relevance," says Tatum, 82. "This course is a classic example." This course? Cypress Point? Surely, Tatum, a former president of the U.S. Golf Assn., must be exaggerating. With its giant sand dunes, undulating fairways and dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean, Cypress Point Club couldn't be more relevant. But Tatum is not exaggerating.