Thursday, November 18, 2010

My Seth Raynor Piece in Golf Course Architecture magazine

Golf Course Architecture magazine has put a link to the Seth Raynor story I wrote for the latest issue. You can find it here. I also profiled The Prairie Club in Nebraska in this issue.

I know I'm biased, but Golf Course Architecture is a wonderful publication that talks with architects and profiles golf courses the world over, not just in the UK and the U.S. If nothing else, a regular visit to the website is a must. You really should purchase the magazine and can get yourself a subscription by following this link.

The photo is of the ninth at Fishers Island Club taken from the left rough. It is one of my favorite, if not the favorite, Double Plateau greens Raynor ever created. I snapped this pic while caddying this summer.

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