Ian Andrew is a gentler version of our own Mike Clayton, a passionate course architect whose perspective and interest in the game is infinitely broader than his own place in it. Andrew joined Episode 29 to talk about his new book on famed Canadian architect Stanley Thompson plus a myriad of other topics including, but not limited to, the purpose of bunkers, the emerging moral issue of water and golf and why the future might be better for those who think width and angles are the key to more interesting golf.
Links mentioned on this episode:
The Golf Society (discount page)
Ian Andrew's collection of brilliant essays on the game
Ian Andrew on Twitter
Ian's appearance on Derek Duncan's Feed The Ball podcast is well worth your time