Testing this out here in the Refuge. I’m having some pretty severe writer’s block trying to summarize my round at Whistling Rock in Korea. It’s a course that 99.9% of the people on this board are never going to have the opportunity to play, so it’s not going to read anything like a “How to plan” post.
The place has a vibe that is just so incredibly hard to describe in words. It’s one of the more spiritual experiences I’ve had on a golf course, and all of the amenities of the club are what sticks out the most. With that in mind, I’m very back and forth (and stuck between release patterns) on describing the individual holes, and just trying to stick with a general theme instead.
With all of that said, when reading about a golf course, what resonates with you? What makes you want to learn about a place? For me personally, even if it’s a place that I know will never play, I’m usually interested in learning about it. But it’s way easier to suck me in when there’s at least a tease or an understanding that it’s accessible.
So help me out here. What would you want to hear about a place like this?