The short par 4 12th at Gamble Sands

From the original course at Bandon Dunes to The Castle Course at St. Andrews, to Gamble Sands in Washington and then to Mammoth Dunes in Wisconsin, David McLay Kidd has been one of the most innovative and courageous course designers of this generation. He joins Derek Duncan and Jim Urbina in the Salon to discuss “setting the table” at Bandon, if the Castle Course will someday be perceived as an overlooked jewel, whether its more desirable to achieve commercial or critical success, the redundancy of template holes, the revolution of fun and playability and building golf for the masses.

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