No naked Cirba on a walk of shame. That's the stuff of scorched retinas.
No changing any par-four opener to a par three, Sean.
It's a long valley, despite being hidden. It extends the entire width of the commonwealth. There may be a third, Hidden Valley, in the middle, but no one has found it yet...
My memory of Paramount is clouded by the shutdown of my camera on the first fairway. I lost any chance at images of the course. I think I spent the entire, alpine trek worried more about that than the actual nature of the summiting of Mount Tillie.
Orchard Park Country Club, near Buffalo, is a Travis design. Its opening hole has something I despise: rough on the descent to the lower fairway. If a golfer is long enough to reach the lower fairway, don't protect some imagined honor by hanging her/him/them up in rough on the downslope. Also, they purportedly leveled the green five years ago, as it canted from back to front quite severely. Not sure who took money for the work, but the green is still too severe to allow for more than a trio of pin positions. Oh, and there is a creek in front of the elevated green, along with a hill behind, so club precisely!
Combined with the claustrophobic second hole (railroad tracks left, unnecessary trees right) it's the worst opening stretch of a good course in the area. OPCC does not have a history of making good architectural decisions. They butchered their Travis layout by bringing in Brian Ault to create a practice facility near the clubhouse. Lost were 17 and 18, and don't get me started on the Florida holes that were dropped into the interior of the course. OPCC has some marvelous WJT holes, and Ian Andrew has worked diligently to return many of The Old Man's brilliance to what remains (1-4, 7-12, 14-16) of his original work.