We’ll have a longer article soon, but the best modern curse we visited this year was Boston Golf Club, called “the best course designed since 1960” by one of the smartest architecture critics I know. Designed by Gil Hanse, the course is a 21st century Pine Valley, a rustic, minimalist Shangri-la deep in the forest west of Boston.
We’ll have our longer piece soon, but for now, here’s a photo tour:
A PINT SIZED TERROR TO SINK YOUR SCORECARD – THE SHORT PAR-4 5TH, CALLED “SHIPWRECK”
THE ELEVATED TEE AT 9 OFFERS AN EXPANSIVE VIEW OF THE FAIRWAY BELOW, A THRILLING TEE SHOT
THE IDYLLIC PAR-3 6TH. NOTE THE RUSTIC PINE VALLEY FEEL TO THE BUNKERS
MIKE MOSELY CAN’T WAIT TO GET OUT OF THE GREENSIDE BUNKER AT 6.
THE APPROACH ON ONE, A TRUE THREE-SHOT PAR-5 WITH THE GREEN SURROUNDED BY TROUBLE
WOW, ISN’T THIS A BIT OF HISTORY HANGING IN THE CLUBHOUSE…ARNIE PAYING JACK. THAT HAD TO HURT…
We’ll see everybody with a full article soon.