Difference between Jack Nicklaus course vs Greg Norman course
Have played quite a few Nicklaus courses and see a few things in common. First it seems as though he tries to work with the land as it and incorporate as much of the natural terrain as possible. Also seems doglegs are more often left to right, which is how he hit the ball. Greens are generally smaller and positioning is more strategic.
Have only played 2 Norman designed courses and he seems to be more comfortable moving dirt to create what he wants. Bunkers in the fairways and greenside are more prevalent, greens larger and I'd say you have to hit the ball further on a comparative basis as compared to a JN design.
Just one opinion.
What are the main differences between courses designed by these two? Any trademark features of the course for either?
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