The Past Brought Forward – An Interview with Architect Ian Andrew

From his design blog, to his articles on GolfClubAtlas.com, to his Twitter posts, it is easy for a golf geek to lose oneself in the writings of Ian Andrew.  With his depth of knowledge, respect for tradition and pure love of the game of golf, wandering through Ian’s thoughts is like a trip around theContinue reading “The Past Brought Forward – An Interview with Architect Ian Andrew”

Upholding Golf’s Ideals – An Interview with Architect Jeff Mingay

“Difficult golf courses are simple to make. Narrow fairways bordered by rough, and corridors of play constricted by trees is all it takes. The problem is such courses inevitably become a chore to play. Sheer difficulty is not the measure of quality golf course design. In fact, as golf course architects, we’re not trying toContinue reading “Upholding Golf’s Ideals – An Interview with Architect Jeff Mingay”

Soul Man – An Interview with Architect Drew Rogers

The call was supposed to just be a quick “hello” and “thank you” for some photos.  An hour later, I realized that I had found a kindred spirit in realm of golf geekdom. Beyond sharing similar perspectives on the game, Drew and I are also fortunate to have spent significant time at the Old ElmContinue reading “Soul Man – An Interview with Architect Drew Rogers”

Clayts Speaks – An Interview with Architect Michael Clayton

If you are a golf nut, and you are not following Michael Clayton on Twitter (@MichaelClayto15) and/or listening to the State of the Game podcast, you really should be.  His perspectives are always informative and entertaining, and sometimes a little surly.  Best of all, he is an unapologetic defender of the spirit of this gameContinue reading “Clayts Speaks – An Interview with Architect Michael Clayton”

Golf Shots – An Interview with Photographer Evan Schiller

A quick look at my Twitter or Instagram feeds reveals that I love looking at pictures of golf courses.  Sadly, I am quite terrible at taking good pictures of the beautiful courses I get to play.  That is why I am so grateful for talented people like Evan Schiller. In addition to being one ofContinue reading “Golf Shots – An Interview with Photographer Evan Schiller”