There won't be any shortage of descriptions of the Chambers Bay course -- host of the 2015 U.S. Open -- this week.
But Joost Luiten's course preview might be unique, since he did this in his native Dutch:
Even without knowing the language, it's pretty simple to catch the gist of Luiten's commentary. He's pointing out the possibility of unique sidehill teeing grounds, the severe undulation of the greens, how the course near Tacoma plays much more like a typical links layout, and he may even have mentioned jet lag.
In any case, it's cool to know players from 26 countries -- including the Netherlands -- will be competing this week. And they're wiling to share their experiences with the folks back home, even if "home" is on another continent.