This is one of simplest, most elegant scorecards in the game. Adept architects understand why such understatement is perceived as high class, and in turn, how to translate those abstract attributes into course design to achieve the same end.
Before golf on the Scottish links, there was kolven on the Dutch ice, as this colorized engraving depicts - a serendipitous by-product of the Medieval trading of ideas, in addition to goods, between Holland and Scotland.
Mike Strantz was such an artist and so creative in both the Office and the field. Deep down though, he truly studied his predecessors and a lot of it influenced his work; maybe more than you think. Here are some of his holes from True Blue where Raynor templates shine bright!
"Our goal was to be the first manufacturer ever to reach the magic 300-mile-per-hour mark. We have now achieved this. In the future, we will focus on other areas" - see BUGATTI President Stephan Winkelmann's whole statement. #BUGATTI #FastestCar
Ever notice how Morricone's timeless score for The Good, The Bad and The Ugly bears striking resemblance to the emotional roller coaster that is 18 holes of golf? 😎.... https://t.co/671aPCErd9
'92s Willowbend CC (Cape Cod) remains the only Hurdzan design to feature cranberry bogs. Profitable, and current, ones at that. Headed there Tuesday. Unfortunately, a bit early for the October harvest... 🙄