I played it last week, Matthew, and agree that Hanse did a great job in not making the course feel “cramped.” I did not approach the course as a restoration project and was not as sensitive to the constraints that mandate puts on an architect. Trying to remain faithful to the original design while finding 4 new holes is a very tall task and no doubt impacts the routing, which many around here feel is a bit confusing. 13 is indeed a great triumph for Hanse but, as your photos show, would be even more visually appealing without the cart path. Fitting/finding 16 is also clever but on the day I played it the lower range was full with golfers peering down on it. They were very close. 18 showed the genius of strategic bunkering on what previously was a boring par 5. At 68 years old, I don’t drive it much farther than 240 but on those holes with severe downslopes in the landing area, my drives ended up a mere flip wedge to the green. Walking and playing a course can be distinctly different things.