More architecture speak today.
Commenting to his caddie on how good the third hole is, which is really a cool and unique hole.
The green runs away with a gallery populated cartpath just over the green about 2 feet, and a lake behind, so a miss of the serpentine semi blind fairway can easily result in a loss of spin control and a ball running right through the green.
He also mentioned 7, another unique hole.
3 is the kind've hole you'd usually hear a tour player gripe about rather than embrace.
Refreshing in this era of money grabbing being the dominant topic.