2017 EIGCA annual meeting has a focus on golf in southern Europe.
Club’s now using Rain Bird’s single-head-controlled Integrated Control System on its Highlands Course.
Donald Ross’s design in North Carolina worked on by architect Richard Mandell.
Front half of bunker filled but 560-yard par five remains a challenging prospect.
Architect on Tom Bendelow, the Longleaf Tee Progamme and modernising a classic course.
Historic Scottish club carries out project to coincide with its 200th anniversary celebrations.
Funds from the £17 million sale will go towards the redevelopment of nearby Weston Park.
Firm designs short course and draws up provisional plans for 18-hole course at Jack’s Bay resort.
We look at how difficulty affects golfing enjoyment and report on restorations at Seminole CC.
Our annual directory provides information on leading suppliers across the industry.
Kari Haug highlights the features included in her concept of ‘leverage design’.
Adam Lawrence takes a look at the question of difficulty.
Dr Michael Morrison reveals a remarkable new finding about the English club.
Adam Lawrence visits the tiny and ultra-exclusive Velaa Private Island.
Donald Steel discusses a new book on the life and work of the legendary architect.
Architect on work at new course on Mexico’s Baja California peninsula.
Adam Lawrence takes a look at how clubs are changing their approach.
GCA speaks to architect David McLay Kidd about his design at resort in Wisconsin, US.
Alejandro Nagy profiles Real Club de Golf de Las Palmas in the Canary Islands
How one golf architect is finding new solutions to golf clubs’ problems
Keith Cutten examines the influence of the Englishman on course architecture.
Can you identify the course on which Sandy the gopher has been photographed?