Luke Donald petitions Donald Trump for change to Doral

Luke Donald doesn't want to see No. 18 at Doral for quite a while. (Getty Images)
Luke Donald doesn't want to see No. 18 at Doral for quite a while. (Getty Images)

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Donald Trump will begin tearing up and renovating Doral on Monday shortly after the end of the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

The change can't come soon enough for Luke Donald who made double bogey every day on the par-four No. 18 hole at Blue Monster.

Here are Donald's pretty wild scorecards for all four days:

And here's what he had to say on Twitter (sarcastically, I'm sure):

Unfortunately for Donald, Trump says he won't be changing No. 18 very much. Here's what Trump had to say:

By all accounts that 18th hole will not change significantly, which I think is a good thing because you still want to be able to come to Doral and recognize it as Doral. But it needs to maybe get back to living up to its reputation as the Blue Monster. It's been fairly low scoring here the last few years, and I think a revamp is going to certainly do it some good.

Donald will just have to try and amend his game next year since the other Donald won't be adhering to his wishes.

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