Writing this from my tablet and do not have a 10 year olds skills on devices like this to place a link.,
We played a course in our hometown of Surfside Beach / Myrtle Beach yesterday - Prestwick Golf Club, designed by Pete Dye and his son, P.B..
The slope from the back is 140 and playing from the senior tees that 140 slope was evident in every hole.
This course had so many moguls that if it was in New Hampshire / Vermont in the winter it would be a skiers delight.
Forgive me for saying this, but this Dye course was "diabolical". ;-)
Quick example, railroad ties not withstanding, the 18th hole had a bunker that I will try to describe.
Imagine that you have a deep dish cereal bowl, turn it upside down - the center ring is a bunker. Now take that same idea, make that upside down bowl, 5' high and fill that ring with sand. Not only do you do that but you place it 10 yards from the green.
At this point in my golfing game I have come to enjoy these design challenges.
30 years or so ago ( sorry, it's hazy... ;-) ) I played Trump Westchester and hated it - something like 130 bunkers..., today I'd like to think that a smile would cross my face.
I've matured... lol