Robert Thompson recently posted a fun rant on modern golf course development...
The iseekgolf discussion board is trying to get architect Tony Cashmore to reveal another of these mysterious Alister MacKenzie items that only he has seen (Cashmore also claimed to see Seth Raynor's routing of Cypress Point).
Ian Andrew is celebrating the joys of the short par-4.
Ian also went looking for photos of Riviera and several were posted on GolfClubAtlas, including No. 10's new Orlando themed look.
**An Orlando reader asked me to please clarify the reference to his hometown in the above post. It's in reference to the whirly giggly, excessive cape and bay, desperately trying to be retro, Palmer-style bunkering commonly found in that cultural haven of central Florida. And sadly now found on the 10th at Riviera, a hole that we all know was in dire need of alteration (In the photo note the jacking around of the far left aiming bunker too, but alas, no Orlando added to that one...)