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3) The amazing utilization of seemingly typical landforms - As I have noted on this site many times, the land at Oakmont doesn't seem different from the rest of the millions of acres of land in western PA, yet there is only one Oakmont. I simply marvel at the usage of the landforms, whether it's large hills such as the one used by holes 1, 9, 10 & 11, or small ravines such as the one crossing in front of the 5th green.
George, as I suggested last time we met, it would be great if these threads could be consolidated into one and included in the "In My Opinion" section. It is a series worthy of study in the future without having to search for 18 individual threads. Great job and thanks for your hard work, I know this was a labor of love.
George,Thanks, this is what GCA.com is all about.