Oakmont will never be the easiest course, but I always thought it was one of most fun ones, so I am thrilled it is back.
And additional pin positions on PB is great too.
So we have to give WGT some credit this year.
Someone complained we might not get more US Open courses. That is not the be all and end all. Who is complaining about Wolf Creek?
I would actually like a European (non-UK) course, an Australian one, or something outside the US just for variety.
Going to a specific course, it would be the Europa Club in Ireland. I actually played it 1 year after Tiger Woods ... who shot a 65 (it was peak of his career) … and the owner who was there complained ... when I noticed Tiger's scorecard on the wall ... I designed this course so nobody could shoot a 69, much less a 65. And you have to walk it unless you have a disability. (Also, as a 13 handicap at the time, I shot a 90 and I thought it was one of the best rounds of my life with the winds howling off the Irish Sea.)
But the course where the ladies play the Evian Championship would work too. Very narrow, sort of like Whistler.
Of course, WGT could buy out TruGolf and make Whistler and Cabo free. That might happen sooner if we would stop spending credits to play them.