Kiawah Island Flyover

Spend eleven minutes watching this video titled Every Hole at Kiawah Island, where the PGA Championship will be played this weekend.

If I were to play this course, I would probably need to have three dozen golf balls in the bag, and I’m not a golfer who normally loses golf balls.

(Note the shadow of the drone in the first few holes.)

It has recently been said that the Old Course at St. Andrews, elevation above sea level = not very much, could be underwater by 2050. (If the former Golfer-in-Chief wants to build a wall to create a legacy for himself, building one here would do the trick. Not to mention, about two miles instead of several thousand. Just sayin’.)

I wonder how much longer this very low-lying Ocean Course will last?

Pronounce it KEY-uh-wuh.

Read this article on how it plays for the amateurs who make the trek.

Note to self: Don’t make the trek.

2 thoughts on “Kiawah Island Flyover”

  1. “It has recently been said that the Old Course at St. Andrews, elevation above sea level = not very much, could be underwater by 2050. I wonder how long this Ocean Course will last?” = GARBAGE!

  2. Very nice of you to send us this gorgeous flyover of the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island, Bob.

    Pete and Alice combined their creative talents to vex golfers; hence, the name given to the Dyes’ courses as “Dye-abolical.”

    I’ve always struggled with the “elevated” greens so often a part of the Dyes’ architecture; especially if they have a lot of “contours” — which they typically do.

    I personally relate to the description given near the end: “A dazzling mixture of beauty, brains, and brawn.” Sounds like me!

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