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RoryYou may be a little over my head but as I watch the best players in Pa. play today on our 14th hole , a slightly uphill 200 yard par three, I see them miss right into the the right bunkers of the green slanted from left to right.
Mike - I printed you opening post and it is on my bulletin board. It's a wonderful way of describing what Flynn was about and why his surviving courses are considered so great today. Here at Green Valley we have a Flynn course that had McGovern rebuild nearly all of the greens and bunkers in the late 40's and it is now the golf course you describe in the last two sentences. Hoping someday to get the greens and bunkers back to something you describe and that will fit the routing and ground better.
Would love to know who built the course for Flynn (calling Bausch and Cirba)? Did McGovern have something to do with it?