Blind Shots Podcast Episode 13 – A conversation with golf course architect J. Drew Rogers, ASGCA

Welcome to episode 13 of the Blind Shots Podcast. This is a conversation with J. Drew Rogers, ASGCA, a golf course architect that has helped produce and refine some of the best courses in Kentucky. Ours isn’t a discussion of architectural merit or strategies, but rather a talk about the business of being a golf…

Kearney Hill Golf Links, Lexington, KY – Hole 4

This post is the fourth in a series that will dive deep into the design and outstanding features of the individual holes of Kearney Hill Golf Links, one of my two home courses in Lexington, Kentucky. This course, built by Pete & P.B. Dye, represents some of the most interesting, most challenging, and most fun…

Kearney Hill Golf Links, Lexington, KY – Hole 2

This post is the second in a series that will dive deep into the design and outstanding features of the individual holes of Kearney Hill Golf Links, one of my two home courses in Lexington, Kentucky. This course, built by Pete & P.B. Dye, represents some of the most interesting, most challenging, and most fun…

Seeing the Golf Course Architecture in the moment: a short case study

My relationship with golf course architecture, primarily from the standpoint of a player, is a continuously developing gambit. I know most of the names of the important architects from various eras of golf course design and I’ve committed a handful of template holes to memory so that I can pretend to keep up with a…