"I'm old enough where metal spikes were still a thing," Kim said. "A lot of these kids weren't even born when metal spikes were taken away from competition. For me, it provides a sense of comfort. I get great traction with it. You can read the greens with your feet and you can gauge moisture levels of the golf course with the spikes. With the way golf shoes have evolved, I just don't feel I have as snug of a fit as I used to. I lost a few spikes today, but I always have a few spare in the bag."
"I just think it's a great golf course to be able to be out here to play," Kim said. "You kind of have to hit a huge variety of shots. It's not just driver, 5-iron every single hole, so I think it is very demanding. There's plenty of risk-reward out there."