Rees Jones-designed course in North Carolina sees green complexes rebuilt and recontouring.
Contractor Josef Pötter Golf close to finishing construction at club near Dresden, Germany.
Greens rebuilt and number of bunkers reduced at public course in San Diego, US.
‘Golden Bear’ discusses current trends and challenges at 2016 HSBC Golf Business Forum.
Architect Jan Bel Jan works with club staff to modify holes and create new greens and bunkers.
Firm’s Mike Cocking discusses project at club in Australia’s capital.
Firm enhancing bunkering and general playability of course near Baysville, Canada.
Architect leads conversion of 27-hole course into 18 holer while reducing flood risk.
We look at how clubs can better manage irrigation and report on the second Sand Valley course.
Latest version includes highlights from the 2016 ASGCA Annual Meeting and a tribute to Bob Cupp.
How one golf architect is finding new solutions to golf clubs’ problems
Keith Cutten examines the influence of the Englishman on course architecture.
Architect Frank Pont says that the reversible course concept could be the answer.
Adam Lawrence visits the German club to see the impact of Christoph Städler’s renovation.
Adam Lawrence visits Golf de Vidauban to see the results of the recent work.
Lassi Pekka Tilander and Frank Pont discuss how six hole golf could develop.
Architect discusses Florida course’s redevelopment in the run-up to its tour debut.
Golf architect Rees Jones describes the development of the 2016 Ryder Cup venue.
European Golf Design’s Jeremy Slessor discusses project at UK club.
A five-year plan to improve course in the west of Ireland is underway.
Christian Althaus has surmounted many difficulties to complete his first solo design
Can you identify the course on which Sandy the gopher has been photographed?