LATEST GOLF DESIGN NEWS

By Sean Dudley | 28 November 2014

First phase of Highland Golf and Country Club restoration project concludes

Ron Kern helps revitalise aspects of original design at Indianapolis course.

By Sean Dudley | 27 November 2014

Mackenzie leading improvements to course at Cruden Bay Golf Club

Architect discusses alterations to ninth, tenth and sixteenth hole on Scottish links course.

By Sean Dudley | 26 November 2014

Sallandsche bunker renovation on course to be completed before Christmas

Brett Hochstein discusses Netherlands project and collaborating with Frank Pont.

By Sean Dudley | 25 November 2014

Hazeltine renovates bunkers in preparation for 2016 Ryder Cup

Duininck Golf completes project at RTJ-designed course within two months.

By Sean Dudley | 19 November 2014

Spring Run course reopens for play following Sanford’s renovation

Architect speaks to GCA about project at Gordon G. Lewis design in Florida.

By Sean Dudley | 18 November 2014

First phase of Ipswich GC bunker renovation completed ahead of schedule

Martin Hawtree completes work on four holes at course designed by James Braid.

By Adam Lawrence | 18 November 2014

South Bend club hires Liddy for restoration masterplanning exercise

Historic Indiana club plans greens recapture, tree removal and consistent bunkers.

By Sean Dudley | 17 November 2014

Bungool course at Riverside Oaks Resort opens for play

Architect Bob Harrison speaks to GCA about project at club near Sydney, Australia.

By Adam Lawrence | 17 November 2014

January reopening for Laguna Phuket after bunker and turf reduction project

Architect Paul Jansen leads renovation at pioneering integrated Thai golf resort.

By Sean Dudley | 17 November 2014

Opening of first links-style course in the Baltic region edges closer

Lassi Pekka Tilander’s Pärnu Bay design first of its kind in Estonia.

By Adam Lawrence | 14 November 2014

Improvements bring 40 per cent round increase at South Dakota course

Strong results after four years of renovation work at Bakker Crossing.

By Sean Dudley | 14 November 2014

Robbins and Lussier get go-ahead to complete course at Compass Pointe

Unfinished 18-holer in North Carolina now likely to open in its entirety in 2015.

By Sean Dudley | 14 November 2014

Work begins on development of final eight holes at Toscana CC’s North Course

Sunrise CEO Bill Bone speaks to GCA about latest project and working with Jack Nicklaus.

By Sean Dudley | 13 November 2014

Bradley S. Klein announced as 2015 winner of the Donald Ross award

ASGCA to present writer and former caddie with award at ceremony next March.

By Adam Lawrence | 12 November 2014

Three year timescale for Royal Norwich course relocation project

Club members vote in favour of sale; planning app for new EGD course in spring

By Adam Lawrence | 11 November 2014

US$2.2 million rebate from turf reduction at Los Angeles-area club

Architect O’Callaghan advises at Glendora; club aims to reduce water use by 25 per cent.

GOLF DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT INTERVIEWS

By Adam Lawrence | 23 October 2013

The important role synthetics will play in the future of golf

Jon Scott and Kevin Holinaty discuss how synthetic turf can shape golf’s future.

By Adam Lawrence | 28 August 2013

At the sharp end of the golf world

GCA speaks to Stephen Bernhard to get his take on the state of the industry.

By Adam Lawrence | 8 August 2013

Seeing the world: golf in Mongolia

Florida native Jason Chennault discusses his latest venture in Mongolia.

By Adam Lawrence | 12 July 2013

Malaysia's DRH banks on golf

Eddy Leong of Malaysian developer DRH talks golf courses.

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GOLF DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT FEATURES

By James Hansen

Who routed the course at Capilano: Thompson or Jones?

James Hansen argues that Jones’ role in design is widely unacknowledged.

By Pat Ruddy

Revitalising a Colt classic at County Sligo Golf Club

Pat Ruddy describes his plans to update the Rosses Point course at Irish club.

By Adam Lawrence

Could golf help support Greece’s plans for economic revival?

Adam Lawrence returns to Costa Navarino to find two courses open for business.

By Stuart Yarwood MG

A light bulb moment: the story behind Tom’s Locker

Stuart Yarwood describes how he came to create his one-stop shop for greenkeepers.

By Adam Lawrence

Continental drift? The current state of golf development in Asia

Has golf development stalled in Asia, or is there still momentum across the continent?

By Rod Burke

The vital importance of understanding player attitudes

New research into golfer’s attitudes will help the game evolve, says Rod Burke.

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