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By Sean Dudley | 4 March 2015

Construction to begin on new-look course at Channels Golf Club later this month

Revised layout to include 13 new holes and five from the existing course.

By Sean Dudley | 4 March 2015

ASGCA announces passing of past president Jay Morrish

Associates reflect on life of architect and designer, who has died aged 78.

By Adam Lawrence | 3 March 2015

France’s first family of golf is shooting for the stars

The Mourgue d’Algue family is aiming to develop one of France’s finest venues.

By Sean Dudley | 2 March 2015

Second phase of Pearland Golf Club renovation to get underway soon

Jeff Blume speaks to GCA about project at Jay Riviere design near Houston, Texas.

By Sean Dudley | 2 March 2015

Southerndown GC improves bunkering with EcoBunker construction method

South Wales club could save as much as £400k in maintenance costs over 20 years.

By Sean Dudley | 27 February 2015

Davis Love’s firm to redesign the Ocean Course at The Sea Pines Resort

Course to close for work in October with view to September 2016 reopening.

By Sean Dudley | 26 February 2015

Construction begins on new Harradine-designed nine-holer in Dubai

Living Legends course to form centrepiece of new Tanmiyat Global development.

By Sean Dudley | 25 February 2015

Gil Hanse hired to create new golf course in Mississippi

Mossy Oak Golf Club to be developed with a focus on nature preservation.

By Adam Lawrence | 24 February 2015

The new normal in the post-recession era – and why it’s better

The future’s bright if Iowa’s Grand Falls resort anything to go by, says Adam Lawrence.

By Sean Dudley | 23 February 2015

Trump looking to add Crandon Park Golf Course to national portfolio

Proposal submitted to carry out renovations in exchange for 99-year lease.

By Sean Dudley | 20 February 2015

Nine holes at reworked Silo Ridge course to open later this year

Logan Fazio discusses progress of project in New York State.

By Sean Dudley | 19 February 2015

Southwest Greens Construction to build new academy course in Hong Kong

Course designed by Jack Nicklaus’s firm to be made entirely from synthetic turf.

By Adam Lawrence | 18 February 2015

Spring opening for first nine at Doak’s St Emilion

Star US architect’s first European course, near Bordeaux, will debut in May.

By Adam Lawrence | 18 February 2015

Northwood club hires Tripp Davis to plan restoration work

Short course for junior play planned for former US Open host club in Dallas.

By Sean Dudley | 18 February 2015

Enhancements to be made to Portishead nine-hole course

Local council gives green light for project led by the SAS Golf Design firm.

By Sean Dudley | 16 February 2015

Renovations to take place at the Jimmy Clay Golf Course

Work to begin February 17 at Joe Finger-designed course in Austin, Texas.

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 Adam Lawrence

The new normal in the post-recession era – and why it’s better

The future’s bright if Iowa’s Grand Falls resort anything to go by, says Adam Lawrence.

By Adam Lawrence

Pont and Boissonnas rejuvenate Les Pins course at Hardelot

Adam Lawrence reports on project at Tom Simpson’s design in northern France.

By Arthur Little

Golf operators need to consider whether their courses are playable for all

Arthur Little explains the need to make golf a more inclusive pastime.

By Adam Lawrence

Exploring the legacy of European golf’s wandering minstrel

Adam Lawrence on Don Harradine, a man who brought golf to new parts of Europe.

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.

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