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you could hold it anytime and we've been very successful with both times of year," Monahan said. "When you look at the quality of the event itself, in the context of the overall schedule, fans will see this in March, with big events every month through July, culminating with the FedEx Cup in Augusta ... in the big picture, it's an improvement." Phil Mickelson noted that moving The Players to March was only a part of the overall package, with the PGA going to May, the Open Championship becoming the season's final major and an earlier start to the FedEx Cup Playoffs and the Tour Championship coming Labor Day. "I like next year's schedule a lot ... it's good for everyone, good for The Players, good for the PGA, good for the game of golf," he said. "I like what the commissioner has done. All parts will benefit, all of the tournaments, every element." If it sounds like universal approval by the players, it's because Monahan said they were sounded out early and kept informed of any developments. "Prior to the decision being made, we spent a lot of time with our players, getting their feedback into what we were thinking before we announced," he said. "This was something they looked favorably on as a significant move for The Players itself." Going back to March entails change other than the date on the calendar. The course conditions, weather conditions, tournament preparations and impact on the local economy are all due for some change - several for the better. Perhaps the biggest change will be agronomy. The golf course will go from bermuda to overseeded rye, which is a cold-weather grass and also will be a deeper hue of green in March. That's better for TV and certainly easier on the eyes than the occasions when the May weather was so hot it turned the bermuda into a much lighter shade of green, bordering on yellowish-brown in some heavily-trafficked areas of the greens. TPC Sawgrass director of agronomy Jeff Plotts said the Stadium Course will close on Nov. 1 for three weeks to plant the overseed. The fairways will be mostly a perennial rye with some fine fescue mixed in, while the greens will be a mix of Poa with creeping bent. "We're still playing around with different mixes," Plotts said. "But it will look greener in March because cool-season grasses are greener grasses." Plotts said the course will close about two or three weeks before the tournament to get it ready.
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