Rabbi Lerner, David Duval, Brandel Chamblee and Frank Nobilo last night on the Golf Channel were discussing whether The Players should officially become the fifth major. Duval said it already was, while Chamblee thought it would happen in time. Nobilo quite sensibly pointed out that three of the four majors are already in the U.S. even though golf has become a "global" game (meaning played well in the (formerly) White Western world and some Asian countries) and that there would be "pushback" if the U.S. was the location for yet another major. At one time there was six majors, so four is not written in stone. But Nobilo is right: if there is a new major or two they should take place outside the U.S. And it wouldn't bother me if the PGA Championship was "demoted" and replaced by The Players, as The Players seems to be a better tournament with a better field and more fan interest than the PGA.