From issue 35 of Golf Course Architecture, published in January 2014.
Given the global nature of Sandy’s travels, it’s always hard for us to predict when his visits will lead to a bumper crop of responses, and when readers will struggle to figure out where he is.
We had thought that Casa de Campo’s Teeth of the Dog course in the Dominican Republic, though pretty well-known, might be a little of the beaten path for some readers, but in fact we had a record response, with correct answers from as far afield as Australia, New Zealand, Sweden and Belgium, as well as lots of Americans, as one might expect. But the first name out of the hat was Australian Luke Bradstreet, so a GCA shirt is on its way to Sydney.
There’s a particularly prominent landmark on show in the photograph from Sandy’s latest golf trip, so hopefully no clues are necessary. If you would like to enter a draw to win a golf shirt, let us know his location by sending us an e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.