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Braemar Golf Course reopens with new design by Richard Mandell
News | Fri 17 May, 2019

Braemar Golf Course reopens with new design by Richard Mandell

City of Edina replaces 27 holes with a new 18 while expanding wetlands and oak savanna.

Love Golf Design’s new Birdwood course takes shape at Boar’s Head
News | Fri 17 May, 2019

Love Golf Design’s new Birdwood course takes shape at Boar’s Head

Golf course architect Scot Sherman explains rationale for redesign of University of Virginia course.

Brian Curley starts work on third nine at Stone Valley
News | Fri 17 May, 2019

Brian Curley starts work on third nine at Stone Valley

Construction begins on new holes in valley setting at Vietnam resort, with dramatic backdrop.

Milford Haven completes work on new eighteenth hole
News | Thu 16 May, 2019

Milford Haven completes work on new eighteenth hole

Marc Westenborg oversees bunker work and introduction of water feature at Welsh club.

New 18-hole layout by Pacific Coast Design takes shape at Aquella
News | Wed 15 May, 2019

New 18-hole layout by Pacific Coast Design takes shape at Aquella

Former Thai Muang golf course in Thailand has been completely rebuilt and rebranded.

Foxhills opens new ‘Practice Den’ designed by James Edwards
News | Tue 14 May, 2019

Foxhills opens new ‘Practice Den’ designed by James Edwards

‘There’s not much more a golfer of any ability could want or need,’ says club director Chris Fitt.

Leitershofen to reopen next month following renovation
News | Tue 14 May, 2019

Leitershofen to reopen next month following renovation

Thomas Himmel creates “nine visually different and strategic green complexes” at German club.

Shaping in progress at new IMG layout in Vietnam
News | Mon 13 May, 2019

Shaping in progress at new IMG layout in Vietnam

Design firm creates Lao Cai course on hilly site near the Chinese border.

Major tree clearing programme at historic Woking
News | Fri 10 May, 2019

Major tree clearing programme at historic Woking

Tim Lobb advises on project at English club, where 1.5 hectares of trees have been removed.

Kris Spence breaks ground on renovation at North Ridge
News | Fri 10 May, 2019

Kris Spence breaks ground on renovation at North Ridge

Architect to reduce raised mounding around greens to promote ground game.

The April 2019 issue of Golf Course Architecture is out now!
Magazine, News | Wed 17 Apr, 2019

The April 2019 issue of Golf Course Architecture is out now!

The cover of our new issue features the Twin Dolphin layout in Mexico, designed by Todd Eckenrode.

Spring 2019 issue of ASGCA’s By Design magazine now available
Magazine, News | Fri 29 Mar, 2019

Spring 2019 issue of ASGCA’s By Design magazine now available

Members share their stories about golfing pioneer and first female ASGCA president, Alice Dye.

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Kyle Phillips: Creating landscapes
Interview | Toby Ingleton

Kyle Phillips: Creating landscapes

Architect discusses his design philosophy, influences and approach to projects around the globe.

The Biltmore: Brian Silva’s restoration of a Donald Ross design
On site | Adam Lawrence

The Biltmore: Brian Silva’s restoration of a Donald Ross design

Adam Lawrence visits The Biltmore Hotel in Miami and reflects on Ross’s influence on American golf.

The father of restoration
Feature | Jeff Mingay

The father of restoration

Jeff Mingay and Vaughn Halyard look at the career of Ron Prichard.

“Many bunkers add difficulty for average players but are superfluous for the Tour player”
Interview | Richard Humphreys

“Many bunkers add difficulty for average players but are superfluous for the Tour player”

Tom Doak discusses the renovation of Memorial Park golf course, which will host the PGA Tour’s Houston Open.

“The timing couldn’t have been better”
Interview | Toby Ingleton

“The timing couldn’t have been better”

Andy Staples discusses his master plan of renovations for Olympia Fields’ South course.

The lost courses of China
Feature | Adam Lawrence

The lost courses of China

The Chinese government’s crackdown on golf has resulted in some of the country’s highest-profile courses being closed.

Henrik Stenson and Christian Lundin: To be honest...
Interview | Toby Ingleton

Henrik Stenson and Christian Lundin: To be honest...

2016 Open champion Henrik Stenson and golf course architect Christian Lundin are planning to create ‘honest’ golf courses, as Toby Ingleton discovers.

Dubai Hills Golf Club: Wow factor
On site | Toby Ingleton

Dubai Hills Golf Club: Wow factor

Toby Ingleton visits the new course in the United Arab Emirates owned by the developer of the world’s tallest building.

Ombria Resort: A course of two halves
On site | Adam Lawrence

Ombria Resort: A course of two halves

Adam Lawrence visits the first golf course to be built on Portugal’s Algarve for almost ten years.

Restoring the original design strategy at Laem Chabang
Interview | Richard Humphreys

Restoring the original design strategy at Laem Chabang

Nicklaus Design associate Sean Quinn discusses the renovation of the Mountain nine at Thai club.

Stevens Point: A recipe for success
On site | Adam Lawrence

Stevens Point: A recipe for success

Adam Lawrence visits a Wisconsin club that has used the proceeds of a legal settlement to reinvent itself.

Gopher Watch Competition – April 2019
Gopher Watch, News | Wed 17 Apr, 2019

Gopher Watch Competition – April 2019

Which course has Sandy the gopher visited this month?

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