That was Lanny Wadkins talking about the 15th, which long needed to be lengthened, but unfortunately, did not see any of the newly planted trees taken out. "Chip out city" just doesn't ring a bell in the writings of Jones, or any other decent architect.
It was nice to hear Wadkins and Nantz talk about how hard it is to hit No. 15 fairway not. Of all the changes, I don't think many have realized that players have a 10-yard wide window to land their tee shots in if they hope to avoid dealing with the Christmas trees on the right, and the tall pine down the left.