On this episode of the present, we discuss golf course structure with architect Nathan Crace. Nathan is an interesting man and an awesome Twitter comply with, as properly now a podcast host of his personal “The Lipouts Podcast.” (This is the Podbean hyperlink for direct subscriptions.)

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The dialog facilities on Nathan’s present portfolio of labor, what it seems to be like and the way it has progressed through the years. We focus on his beginnings as an architect, constructing his personal three-hole course in his mother and father’ Indiana yard so he may play the sport. Nathan shares his influences, together with an awesome story about Bob Cupp.

We dig in on the flood of architectural opinions on social media, what they may miss and the tribal nature of favoring sure kinds over others. Nathan takes a step again as we focus on the multi-dimensional nature of actually understanding structure versus taking a extra binary strategy.

Lastly, we speak about Nathan’s new podcast and his nice work at The Refuge in Mississippi, the issues which are protecting him most busy nowadays.

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