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Nicklaus Design completes new layout at Raevo in Russia
News | Tue 25 Sep, 2018

Nicklaus Design completes new layout at Raevo in Russia

Moscow course has extensive drainage and sandcapping to maximise playing season.

David Williams reworks three holes on Ballesteros nine at Pedreña
News | Mon 24 Sep, 2018

David Williams reworks three holes on Ballesteros nine at Pedreña

Architect will also renovate two more holes on the Spanish club’s Harry Colt-designed course.

Fox Hills to open for two-week preview of new course
News | Fri 21 Sep, 2018

Fox Hills to open for two-week preview of new course

Public will be able to trial 12 holes of Kevin Norby design over rolling hills of North Dakota.

Mike DeVries to restore Willie Park Jr features at Flint Golf Club
News | Fri 21 Sep, 2018

Mike DeVries to restore Willie Park Jr features at Flint Golf Club

Architect in progress with pilot project on par-three eighth hole at Michigan club.

Jacksonville Beach course to reopen following Minchew renovation
News | Thu 20 Sep, 2018

Jacksonville Beach course to reopen following Minchew renovation

Architect focuses on playability and issues relating to effluent water supply at Florida municipal.

Nicklaus Design’s first course in Morocco opens for play
News | Wed 19 Sep, 2018

Nicklaus Design’s first course in Morocco opens for play

Michlifen hosts La Coupe du Trône tournament to mark the opening of the mountainous layout.

Rivermead appoints Jeff Mingay for renovation project
News | Tue 18 Sep, 2018

Rivermead appoints Jeff Mingay for renovation project

Quebec club aims to improve course infrastructure and restore elements of the original design.

Construction of new Czech Republic golf resort in Prague nears completion
News | Tue 18 Sep, 2018

Construction of new Czech Republic golf resort in Prague nears completion

Gaunt designs 27 holes at Twin Chapels with views of Říp Mountain and Central Bohemian Uplands.

Fall 2018 issue of ASGCA’s By Design magazine now available
Magazine, News | Fri 14 Sep, 2018

Fall 2018 issue of ASGCA’s By Design magazine now available

ASGCA members provide insight on how their design approach may change for resort courses.

Dudsbury progresses with bunker rebuild following successful trial
News | Wed 12 Sep, 2018

Dudsbury progresses with bunker rebuild following successful trial

Dorset club expects to reduce maintenance burden with artificial turf edging and liner.

Fall 2018 issue of ASGCA’s By Design magazine now available
Magazine, News | Fri 14 Sep, 2018

Fall 2018 issue of ASGCA’s By Design magazine now available

ASGCA members provide insight on how their design approach may change for resort courses.

The July 2018 issue of Golf Course Architecture is out now!
Magazine, News | Tue 24 Jul, 2018

The July 2018 issue of Golf Course Architecture is out now!

Featuring the first course at the FLC Quang Binh development in Vietnam, designed by Brian Curley.

FEATURE
ARTICLES

The Albatros course at Le Golf National: Art fraud?
Feature | Frank Giordano

The Albatros course at Le Golf National: Art fraud?

Why is Robert von Hagge’s contribution to the design of the Ryder Cup course not fully acknowledged?

“It all started with this vision to return to their roots”
Interview | Richard Humphreys

“It all started with this vision to return to their roots”

Andrew Green discusses how he restored original features of the Donald Ross design at Inverness Club.

Inside the ropes at the Ryder Cup
Opinion | Martin Sternberg

Inside the ropes at the Ryder Cup

Martin Sternberg shares details of a new initiative that is designed to promote the transfer of knowledge and expertise in the golf industry.

Reborn and brutal: Royal Golf Dar Es Salam’s Red course
On site | Adam Lawrence

Reborn and brutal: Royal Golf Dar Es Salam’s Red course

Adam Lawrence reports on changes to the Moroccan host of the European Tour’s Trophée Hassan II.

How strong is long?
Feature | Adam Lawrence

How strong is long?

Adam Lawrence asks architects what makes for a strategic par five.

The National Golf Brussels: Capital Gains
On site | Toby Ingleton

The National Golf Brussels: Capital Gains

Bruno Steensels follows The International in Amsterdam with another new layout in a European capital.

Corica Park South course: San Fran sandbelt
On site | Adam Lawrence

Corica Park South course: San Fran sandbelt

Adam Lawrence reports on the inert fill transformation for the California municipal.

“The beauty is that this course does not favour a specific player”
Interview | Richard Humphreys

“The beauty is that this course does not favour a specific player”

Rees Jones and Bryce Swanson discuss their work at Bellerive, the host course for the 2018 PGA Championship.

“We are looking at a plan that recognises the evolution of the course”
Interview | Richard Humphreys

“We are looking at a plan that recognises the evolution of the course”

Gil Hanse discusses his design approach for the renovation of the South course at Oakland Hills.

Saving Glen Abbey
Opinion | Ken Moodie

Saving Glen Abbey

Ken Moodie tells GCA about his heritage review of the Nicklaus design at Glen Abbey.

“It took me years to figure out that you can’t collect it all”
Opinion | Dr. Michael Hurdzan

“It took me years to figure out that you can’t collect it all”

Golf course architect Dr Michael Hurdzan talks about his passion for golf collecting.

Gopher Watch Competition – July 2018
Gopher Watch, News | Tue 24 Jul, 2018

Gopher Watch Competition – July 2018

Which course has Sandy the gopher visited this month?

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