Quail Hollow has been a symbol of perfection for 10 years since it returned to the PGA Tour lineup, a beautifully manicured golf course where the six major champions who have won ranged from Tiger Woods to Rory McIlroy.
It is less than perfect this year. Some have even compared the greens to a rundown municipal course.
One thing that hasn't changed at the Wells Fargo Championship is that someone will win just over $1.2 million, and he mostly likely will have played better golf than the other 155 players in the field.
''You can't lie about it - the greens are shaky,'' defending champion Rickie Fowler said Wednesday. ''But I feel like come tournament time ... you're still going to be able to make putts. There is still a hole out there. Someone's going to have to make putts this week. Someone's going to win the golf tournament. They're still giving out a trophy and a jacket at the end of Sunday.''
No one is more disappointed than tournament officials, who spared no expense trying t...