Michel Niedbala designs layout, part of €20 million Golf International de Roissy-en-France project.
The cover of our new issue features the Twin Dolphin layout in Mexico, designed by Todd Eckenrode.
Which course has Sandy the gopher visited this month?
Download Martin Ebert’s full report on his firm’s project at the historic Japanese layout.
Overhaul of Florida layout designed to deliver ‘dramatically improved golf experience’.
NEWGIZA, the final design from the TPL firm, described as one of the ‘elite courses’ in the region.
Swedish club reduces maintenance burden with installation of Durabunker synthetic revetting.
Nine holes of long-delayed Cutalong project scheduled for completion by the end of this year.
Changes to rough and ninth and eleventh greens designed for ‘fairer test’, plus burn work on sixteenth.
New layouts to take advantage of “cathedral-like setting” of Hawaii coastline and mountains.
Members share their stories about golfing pioneer and first female ASGCA president, Alice Dye.
Andy Staples discusses his master plan of renovations for Olympia Fields’ South course.
The Chinese government’s crackdown on golf has resulted in some of the country’s highest-profile courses being closed.
2016 Open champion Henrik Stenson and golf course architect Christian Lundin are planning to create ‘honest’ golf courses, as Toby Ingleton discovers.
Toby Ingleton visits the new course in the United Arab Emirates owned by the developer of the world’s tallest building.
Adam Lawrence visits the first golf course to be built on Portugal’s Algarve for almost ten years.
Nicklaus Design associate Sean Quinn discusses the renovation of the Mountain nine at Thai club.
Adam Lawrence visits a Wisconsin club that has used the proceeds of a legal settlement to reinvent itself.
With Sand Valley's next course to be 6,000 yards, Adam Lawrence asks if golf is slimming down.
Harry Cloke explains why data analytics is the future of golf course management and design.
Rees Jones describes his work on Taiheiyo Club’s Gotemba course, which lies beside Mount Fuji in Japan.
Richard Humphreys discovers how some clubs are finding ways to make their golf facilities work after dark.